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Sultan Shah re-elected as President of World Blind Cricket Council
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Chairman of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council Syed Sultan Shah again earned the most prestigious post of the World Blind Cricket Council (WBCC) when on Monday he
was re-elected unopposed as President of the council for the second consecutive term.
 
PTA organizes first telecom football league tournament
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) on Monday organized the first Telecom Football League Tournament which was won by Telenor defeating Mobilink in a tough match with 4-0.
 
Saeed Ajmal target return in ICC World Cup
KARACHI, Nov 24 (APP): Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is pleased with the progress he has made with the remedial work on his bowling action, and has said he is targeting the 2015 World Cup for his international comeback.
 
Sajjad storms in World Snooker knockout rounds with 5th straight win
KARACHI, Nov. 24 (APP): Dazzling Muhammad Sajjad maintained his unbeaten run by assuring a place in the knock-out round with his fifth win in row in IBSF World Snooker Championship when beat ex-compatriot Farhan Mirza of Sweden in Bangalore (India) on Sunday night,according to message received here on Sunday.
 
Toss to play a vital role in 3rd Test: Sarfraz Nawaz
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Former Test Cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz believes the toss will play a vital role in the result making of the third and final Test against the Kiwis saying skipper Misbah-ul-Haq should implement a straightforward winning and aggressive mentality while entering the field.
 
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PTV to decide compensating 54 workers victim of February 16, 1978 strike PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD Feb. 15 (APP): Finally, after the lapse of 32 years, Pakistan Television Corporation will take up the issue of payment of compensation of Rs. 800,000 each to 54 trade union leaders, who were jailed while responding the strike call by the Pakistan Peoples Party on February 16, 1978.

In this regard, the PTV management sought two months time during an hearing of writ petition no: 2527/09 in the Lahore High Court Rawalpindi bench earlier this month, APP Correspondent Ilyas Bhatti learnt here on Monday.
Pakistan Television Employees Union leaders were jailed and fired later, 32 years ago when they went on strike at the  call of the then Chairperson PPP Begum Nusrat Bhutto. The ‘Struggle day’ call was given by the PPP against the dictator General Zia-ul-Haq on that day.
As many as 28 trade union leaders of the PTV Unions were arrested from Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar and Rawalpindi-Islamabad Centers. They were tried by various martial law courts under martial law regulation No.10 which envisaging death sentence. The services of the remaining trade union workers, who were not arrested, were fired. 
The Supreme Court of Pakistan accepted Agha Shahid Rashid, Ex-Television Engineer of the PTV Lahore appeal in 2008. Agha was among the 28 employees of four PTV centers who were terminated without any notice or charge sheet on February 23, 1978. Pakistan Television has paid Rs. 800,000 to Agha as directed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
The termination orders were declared illegal by a Review Board set up by Shaheed Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 1989.  The Review Board, in its judgment in favor of 28 PTV employees had declared “we hold the impugned order void abinitio and recommend to the federal government (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting) to direct the Pakistan Television Corporation to re-employ the petitioner at the post with the same seniority which the petitioner would have enjoyed had his services not been terminated”   
According to a list presented in the National Assembly on September 24, 1989 by the then Minister of Information the employees belonging to four television centers include the following:
Inayat Hussein, Asif Sheikh, Zaheer Javed, Shahid Mahmud Nadeem, Raja Muhammad Hussein, Aurangzeb, Muhammad Abass, Amjad Bukhari, Ghulam Ahmed Sheikh, Salahuddin Mengal, S. Taufeeq Shah,  Atiq Ahmed Siddiqui, Azhar Masood, Agha Shahid Rashid, Muhammad Ilyas Bhatti, Abdul Mateen Malik, Ejaz Ahmed Niazi, Abdul Jalil Shakir, Sinar Gul Chinari, Habib Gul, Shaukat Hayat, Muhammad Bashir, Hafeezur Rehman, Muhammad Khaliq Ghazi, Usman Ghani, Mubarak Shah, Muhammad Alam and Muhammad Aslam.  
The present PPP government owes fulfillment of the reinstatement of such employees in letter and spirit on their posts, which was ordered by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto in 1989. They were awaked 15 lashes and one year rigorous imprisonment after summary trial. They were charged with taking over four PTV centers on February 16, 1978.
The then Secretary Law and Justice Mr. Justice Sheikh Riaz Hussein in his legal opinion in 1995 said that the PTV can give seniority to its sacked employees in line with the Review Board judgment.
Besides. A number of PTV employees went to various courts including the High court, Federal Service Tribunal. Finally the Supreme Court in its judgment in Civil Appeal No. 851-857, accepted workers plea.
A number of employees who joined PTV at the junior posts and later resigned after not being promoted are still being denied which is a negation of the principle of natural justice. PTV was still adamant to abide by the Review Boaord. Federal Service Tribunal and Supreme Court judgment. A number of such cases were still pending in various courts.
The affected employees have pinned hopes with the Federal Minister for Information for the redressed of their grievance and the fulfillment of the wishes of the slain leader of the PPP Benazir Bhutto before they reach the age of superannuation.
 

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