Misconduct: Ayesha Mumtaz sent notice 

Shah said he would recover the compensation through court


Our Correspondent June 27, 2016

LAHORE: Ghulam Sarwar, in charge of Ghalib Market Ramazan Bazaar, has sent a notice to Punjab Food Authority (PFA) Operations Director Ayesha Mumtaz seeking an apology for misbehaving with him failing which he would file a Rs10 million damages suit. Sarwar has sent the notice through his counsel Farhad Ali Shah who told The Express Tribune that on June 23, Mumtaz had misbehaved with his client while he was on duty. He said she had also used derogatory remarks for Sarwar’s family. He said Mumtaz had been asked to tender an apology within 10 days. Otherwise, he said, she would face legal proceedings. Shah said he would recover the compensation through court.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 28th, 2016.

COMMENTS (2)

M.Kamran | 5 years ago | Reply It sounds quite strange that a viral video on social media showed Ayesha Mumtaz shouting on a govt officer for God knows what reason?The reason has never been presented anywhere as yet.The lady seems in trouble and no-one is helping.A video is being shot and no-one knows why the video is being shot?There are men all around and a lady all alone is fighting with the govt officer and no-one is helping and now a defamation suit is being filed from a person who has actually used his position to defame the lady by making a law suit,shooting a video,making the video viral and publishing his story in the news.It looks like a planned game by some nasty minds to hide corruption and confuse the public.
fatehalam | 5 years ago | Reply Amjad Sabri assassination in karachi is a national loss,its a matter of routine in karachi for such incidents,it speaks volume of inefficiency of Police and complete break down of law and order in Sindh,had such a situation been in Punjab,Media and opposition would have left no stone un turned for imposing Governor Rule
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