Islamabad: The Supreme Court has mounted June 9 for listening to of the case relating to dismissal of workers of Pakistan Steel Mills.
According to Express News, the Supreme Court has mounted the case of Pakistan Steel Mills workers for listening to. The Chief Justice has constituted a bench to listen to the case. A bench comprising Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmad, Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Mazahir Ali Naqvi will hear the case on June 9. The Registrar's Office has issued notices to the events, together with the administration of Steel Mills.
It ought to be famous that the Economic Co-ordination Committee (ECC) assembly of the Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday, June three, authorized the dismissal of 9,350 workers of Pakistan Steel Mills. A interval of 1 month was mounted for.
For extra particulars: Approval to dismiss 9,350 employees of Steel Mills
In the Senate session on Friday, Federal Minister Hamad Azhar additionally confirmed the choice of the ECC and briefed the members on the main points. The authorities's determination was strongly criticized within the higher home.
Following the calls for of the Members of Parliament, the Chairman Senate referred the matter of dismissal of Steel Mills workers to the related Standing Committee.