Victim of bureaucracy

Published Nov 25, 2012 03:00am

THE bureaucracy of Balochistan considers itself a divine entity. They tend to ignore the law and design their own rule of interest.

I am a victim of discriminatory behaviour of Balochistan’s health department. After getting a seat in the then only medical college in Balochistan, my poor parents supported me to complete eight years of MBBS along with house job.

I got MCPS admission by the dispensation of CPSP. Meanwhile, I filed my jobless stipend application before the health secretary so that I could continue my practice without any financial hurdle. But he put my file aside.

I resubmitted a fresh performance certificate, but he again rejected my file.

I had no money and was compelled to discontinue my training. The youth of Balochistan is being forced toward militancy.

DR NAEEM BALOCH Quetta


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Vigilant
Nov 25, 2012 03:22pm
bureaucracy is a curse for whole nation not only balochistan