KARACHI (APP) _A full bench of Sindh High Court (SHC) comprising Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Irfan Sadaat Khan and Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi on Friday allowed to contest Sadiq Memon, candidate of Pakistan Peoples Party in by-elections of PS 84, Thatta. The bench set aside the order of an Election Tribunal comprising Justice Bhajandas Tejwani and Justice Rukhsana Ahmed which while entertaining an election petition filed by Mrs Neelam Abbasi claiming to be a candidate of PML (N), declared Mr Memon ineligible for contesting elections on the grounds that he was a government servant. The bench after a detailed hearing setting aside the order of election tribunal, declared Sadiq Memon eligible to contest the election. The seat fell vacant due to death of Sharjeel Memon, brother of Sadiq Memon who died in a traffic accident while saving a cyclist on Thatta- Sujawal road. SHC stays termination of 10 AOs Sindh High Court Friday stayed termination of 10 Audit, Assistant Audit Officers hired by Finance Ministry under its Drought Recovery Assistance Program Project till February 18, 2010. Petitioner Javed Ahmed with nine other officers submitted through Advocate they were hired on two years contract in February 2008 in DRAPP on service terms & conditions at par with federal service employees. The Project will be completed by December 2010, but Accountant General of Pakistans office was preparing to terminate them without notice. Counsel stated service contract of petitioners was valid till completion of project and prayed to pass interim order, restraining respondents from sacking them. SHC division bench, comprising Chief Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmany and Justice Ahmed Ali M Sheikh directed DG Audit DRAAP not to terminate service of petitioners till February 18, 2010 and adjourned hearing of petition.