Federal Service Tribunal
Subject: Miscarriage of justice
My case of illegal termination of my services from PNCB (Pakistan Narcotics Control Board renamed as Anti Narcotics Force) was heard by Federal Service Tribunal. Chairman of FST was Brig. Sardar Abdul Rashid Khan in 1980-84. I asked for self-pleading as I couldn’t afford expensive lawyers to protect me from Narcotics Mafia. As no written orders were delivered to me, I requested Director Law Mr. Parvez Rehman and his Supreme Court lawyer to tell me why I was terminated. They said I didn’t perform night duty on certain date. I asked the chairman FST if they could terminate the services of an officer only for the reason that he didn’t perform night duty for just one night? The Chairman instantly said “No”. I asked for any other reason for my termination and there was no answer. The Hon. Chairman offered apologies for the tribulations I confronted during termination period and said I should meet with Chairman PNCB. I met him He said he was going to
I kept low profile against both Narcotics Mafia and sate agencies so far. Despite state vindictiveness I survived. Present civil and army coalition is promising reconciliations and feel it is right time to seek retrial of my case.
Background of the case
I was studying English Language and Literature at
I seek fair and free trial of my case as guaranteed by Constitution of 1973, reinstatement, due promotion and financial compensation.
M. Shahjahan Bhatti
Inside Imam Gate
Opposite Imamia Mosque
Dera Ismail Khan NWFP