THIS refers to NAB’s recruitment process. It started in November 2011 and is yet to be completed after a lapse of 14 months. A high level of transparency was maintained throughout the process, but there was a restraining order issued by the Islamabad High Court on final appointments.

The stay lifted recently and National Accountability Bureau was about to issue the appointment letters when there was news of another stay granted by the Balochistan High Court.

Now it seems that this recruitment process will lead either to the cancellation of the whole process or the chance of meritorious candidates will be faded as delaying tactics being used by some influential people who want the whole recruitment to be halted to accommodate their near and dear ones in National Accountability Bureau.

I appeal to the chief justice of Pakistan to take notice of the situation and direct NAB authorities to issue appointment letters to the candidates selected on merit so that justice is done.

A CANDIDATE Peshawar

Updated Mar 04, 2013 12:03am

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qamer
Mar 04, 2013 02:12pm
zero level of transparency it should be cancelled