SC orders sending MDA member back to parent dept

ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the concerned authorities to repatriate member Malir Development Authority to its parent department in the federal government. A two-judge bench comprising Justice Amir Hani Muslim and Justice Dost Muhammad heard the case regarding posting of Atta ...

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