Sexual assault charges: Officers deported from Thailand face the sack

They are already suspended until inquiry is over

Our Correspondent January 26, 2017

PESHAWAR: The prosecution directorate and home and tribal affairs department of the Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa ordered the authorities concerned to terminate services of three officers who were deported from Thailand on charges of sexual assault, a statement said on Wednesday.

Taking note of a news report published in The Express Tribune, the home and tribal affairs department stated that the case of these officials  had already been forwarded for initiating disciplinary action with the recommendation of their ‘Removal from Service’.

Thailand deports three K-P prosecution department officers on sexual assault charges

Until the termination process was finalised, their services were suspended, disallowing them from appearing in any court when prosecutors read the charge-sheet.

These officers were in Thailand on a US-funded training programme and resided in the Conrad Hotel where staff and visitors had accused them of sexual assault.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 26th, 2017.

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Parvez | 4 years ago | Reply Lets hope this action actually happens........and tomorrow we don't read that they have applied to the court for a stay order......and we all know where that would lead.
sgrr | 4 years ago | Reply They will be reinstated as nothing will be proved against these.
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