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PARRSA relieves 10 more employees over expiry of contracts

PARRSA relieves 10 more employees over expiry of contracts
July 16, 2017

PESHAWAR, 16 July: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has relieved 10 more employees of Provincial Return, Rehabilitation and Settlement Authority (PARRSA).

Secretary RSS said the contract of 10 employees including office assistant, helpline assistant, computer operator and watchmen expired on Saturday and it will not be extended further. However, the employees are of the view that they are being relieved by the officers to appoint new employees of their choice in the institution. They vowed to approach the Peshawar High Court (PHC) against removal from jobs. Earlier, PARRSA had relieved 24 other employees from jobs and they also approached the PHC against their removal.

PARRSA is an institution which provides assistance in rehabilitation efforts in the event of natural disasters. It runs with the help of foreign funds under the provincial government.


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