ISLAMABAD-Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Thursday expressed his displeasure over the denial of the post of headmaster to a blind schoolteacher and directed the authorities concerned to strictly observe the quota for the disabled persons. He gave these remarks while heading a three-member bench comprising Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmad and Justice Jawwad S Khawaja. The bench dismissed the Directorate of Special Education, Punjabs appeal against the Lahore High Courts Rawalpindi Benchs decision favouring the said teacher. Additional Advocate General Punjab Khadim Hussain Qaiser informed the court that Liaqat Ali was appointed a teacher in a special school in 1986. After the Punjab government announced 90 more special schools in the province, Liaqat applied for the post of headmaster but his application was rejected on the grounds that he was blind and could not perform the said duty properly. The Chief Justice rejected the Punjab governments stand saying that he knew a number of disabled persons who were making miracles in various fields. He said he had met with a Pakistani student, Aqil, in Harvard University who was doing Ph.D. How can we deny a post to the said teacher who happens to be eligible for it, he asked. Chief Justice further said that no government department would be allowed to deny promotion to any person on grounds of disabilities. Jamali, Bokhari felicitate Rabbani Acting Chairman Senate, Jan Muhammad Khan Jamali and Leader of the House in Senate, Syed Nayyar Hussain Bokhari have extended their warm felicitations to Senator Raza Rabbani on his appointment as Convener of Special Parliamentary Committee formed to look into the issue of proposed constitutional amendments. They expressed the view that selection of veteran politician and seasoned parliamentarian Senator Raza Rabbani reflects the confidence that he enjoys among his parliamentary colleagues.