The Supreme Court (SC), on Monday, has sought Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) chief over substandard management of airports on Saturday at Karachi Registry.
The three judge-bench, headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar, expressed dissatisfaction over the arrangements for the facility of passengers at airports.
enior officers and staff at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have complained that they face a harsh attitude from the chief of their organization, Air Marshall (retd) Asim Suleman.
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A letter written to the aviation secretary also demanded medical examination of the CAA chief and his replacement by a competent officer.
The letter was signed by dozens of officers who demanded that the authorities take notice of unfair treatment they faced at the hands of the director general. “Director General Asim Suleman is ill-treating the staff for a long time. His attitude is a source of extreme psychological stress for the staff,” the letter said
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