ISLAMABAD  - A three-member bench of the Supreme Court Friday sought report from National Command Authority (NCA) regarding termination of NESCOM permanent employee without notice or intimation.

Abdul Sabor, Tech-I at the National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM), was compulsory retired from job without intimation, warning inquiry or show cause notice on the ground of non-clearance of security with immediate effect on December 15, 2013.

Ahmed Bilal Soofi appearing on behalf of NCA told that Sabor was sacked due to security clearance. He said according to the NCA rules any employee of the NESCOM could be sacked on ground of security clearance with immediate effect. The court said that no citizen should be deprived of his fundamental rights. "If he has anything against Sabor then can share that in the chamber," it added.

Akram Sheikh, representing Sabor, informed the bench, headed by Justice Saqib Nisar, that his client was inducted as Tech-I at NESCOM in 2001 for 13-year permanent job. He said Sabor passed security clearance for five times but surprisingly he was fired on December 15, 2013. The case was adjourned for two weeks.