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Premature increment sanction...By Jameel

19 December, 2013

According to a ruling by the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan in May 2013, one premature increment is admissible on all upgrading cases but there has been a discrepancy in cases of inductions. Can the federal finance ministry clarify this situation? Those organisations, where certain posts have been discontinued and replaced by new posts, the staff of the previous posts has been inducted to the newly created posts with an upgrading but they have been deprived of the one premature increment.

The Accountant General Pakistan Revenues (AGPR) is creating hurdles in getting the increment in these cases. It would only be logical that the upgraded posts are allowed the one premature increment.

JAMEEL AHMED KHAN
Karachi

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