LAHORE As many as 40 employees of Pakistan Red Crescent Society Punjab (PRCSP) have been dismissed from service without serving any notice while over 52 are not being regularised notwithstanding the Punjab Government has issued a notification in this regard, TheNation has learnt reliably. In October 2009, the Chief Minister Punjab had directed all autonomous/ semi-autonomous bodies/ special institutions in the province to regularize contract employees but PRCSP did not follow the notification despite being a semi government department. The sources said that in the last three years over 40 employees of the Society from all over the province were dismissed without any intimation. The list of the expelled employees includes officials from the rank of Field Officer Muhammad Akmal to Driver Sanaullah. Similarly the contract employees list working at Lahore head office consists of peon Shahbaz Ali and security guard Muhammad Boota. The employees of the PRCS - a humanitarian organisation dedicated to improve lives of vulnerable segments of the society- are facing sever job security issues and it needs attention of the high authorities. Chairman PRCSP Mina Muhammad Hanif while talking on the issue said that the society had lack of funds and was not in a position to regularise the employees. He said the Punjab Government only gave 0.1 million annually to PRCSP and it was difficult to meet the expenses with the existing budget of the organisation. Secretary PRCSP Dr Adnan said that the society had its own board of governors and made decision according to the situation.