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Disposal of Complaints Regulations, Punjab Pension Fund Rules Provincial Management Service Rules, An Act to provide for the maintenance of certain essential services. First published, after having received the assent of the Governor of West Pakistan, in the Gazette of West Pakistan on the 25 th April, The following Act having received the assent of the Governor of West Pakistan on the 25 th April, and was published for general information in the Gazette.
It is hereby enacted as follows: Definitions — In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context —. Employment to which this Act applies — This Act shall apply to all employment under the Government or any agency set up by it or a local authority or any service relating to transport or civil defence.
Power to order persons engaged in certain employments to remain in specified areas — 1 The Government or an officer authorized in this behalf by the. Government may, by general or special order, direct that any person or persons engaged in any employment or class of employment to which this Act applies shall not depart out of such area or areas and for such period not exceeding three months as may be specified in such order.
Offences — Any person engaged in any employment or class of employment to which this Act applies who —. Explanation 1 — The fact that a person apprehends that by continuing in his employment he will be exposed to increase physical danger is not reasonable excuse within the meaning of clause b. Explanation 2 — A person abandons his employment within the meaning of clause b who, notwithstanding that it is an express or implied term of his contract of employment that he may terminate his employment on giving notice to his employer of his intention to do so, so terminates his employment without the previous consent of his employer.
Regulation of wages and conditions of service — 1 The Government may make rules regulating or empowering specified authorities to regulate the wages and other conditions of service of persons or of any class of persons engaged in any employment or class of employment to which this Act applies.
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Penalties and Procedure — 1 Any person found guilty of an offence under this Act, shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year and shall also be liable to a fine. Bar of legal proceedings — No suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against any person for anything which is, in good faith, done or intended to be done under this Act or the rules made thereunder.
Saving of effect of laws imposing liability to national service — Nothing contained in this Act or in any declaration or order made thereunder, shall have effect in derogation of any provision of law which is or may be for the time being in force, imposing upon a person engaged in an employment or class of employment to which this Act applies any liability to be called up for national service or to under-take employment in the national service.
In exercise of the powers conferred by sub—section 3 of Section 7 of the West Pakistan Essential Services Maintenance Act,the Governor of West Pakistan is pleased to empower the Superintendents of Police of all the Districts in West Pakistan except the Federal Capital and Special Areas to lodge complaints in writing in respect of the offences under the said Act committed within their respective jurisdiction.
In exercise of the powers conferred by sub—section 1 of Section 4 of the West Pakistan Essential Services Maintenance Act,the Governor of West Pakistan is pleased to authorize the District Magistrates of all the Districts in West Pakistan except the Federal Capital and the Special Areas to direct, by general or special order, any person or persons engaged in any employment or class of employment to which the said Act applies, not to depart out of such areas and for such period not exceeding 3 months as may be specified in such order.
Whereas in the interest of the security of Pakistanit is expedient to prohibit ex—Government servants from seeking or taking up employment with a foreign Government or foreign agency. And whereas the national interest in relation to the security of Pakistan requires Central legislation in the matter under clause 2 of Article of the Constitution.
Definitions — In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, —. Prohibition of employment, etc. Penalty— Whoever contravenes the provisions of section 3 shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years, or with fine which may extend to fifty thousand rupees, or with forfeiture of property, or with any two or more of the said punishments.
XI of dated the 18 th May The Punjab Service Tribunals. Dated the 20 th June, First published, after having received the assent of the Governor of the Punjab, in the Gazette of the Punjab Extraordinary dated the 20 th June WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the establishment of Service Tribunals to exercise exclusive jurisdiction regarding the matters relating to the terms and conditions of service in respect of the services of the Province of the Punjab and for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto.
In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context: Tribunals — 1 The Governor may, by notification in the official Gazette, establish one or more Service Tribunals, and, where there are established more than one Tribunal, the Governor shall specify in the notification the class or classes of civil servants in respect of whom all the territorial limits within which or the class or classes in respect of which each such Tribunal shall exercise jurisdiction under this Act.
Provided that if the Chairman or the Member who was not already on the Bench cannot be associated or is unable for any reason to take part in the hearing of the appeal, the decision of the Tribunal shall be expressed in terms of opinion of the senior member of the Bench. Appeals to Tribunal — 1 Any civil servant aggrieved by any final order, whether original or appellate, made by a departmental authority in respect of any of the terms and conditions of his service may, within thirty days of the communication of such order to him or within six months of the establishment of the appropriate Tribunal, whichever is later prefer an appeal to the Tribunal.
Powers of Tribunals — 1 A Tribunal may, on appeal, confirm, set aside, vary or modify the order appealed against. Abatement of suits and other proceedings — All suits, appeals and applications regarding any matter within the jurisdiction of a Tribunal pending in any court immediately before the establishment of the appropriate Tribunal shall abate on the establishment of such Tribunal.
Provided that any party to such a suit, appeal or application may, within ninety days of establishment of the appropriate Tribunal, prefer an appeal to it in respect of any such matter which is in issue in such suit, appeal or application. Applicability of the Provisions of the Limitation Act, — The provisions of section 5 and 12 of the Limitation Act, IX ofshall apply to appeals under this Act.
IV of is hereby repealed. Rules — Government, may, by notification in the official Gazette, make rules for carrying out the purposes of this Act. Repeal of Punjab Ordinance No. V of is hereby repealed. Dated the 13 th October IX of thethe Governor of the Punjab is pleased to make the following rules, namely —. IX of.
Words and expressions used but not defined in these rules shall have the same meaning as are assigned to them in the Act. Every memorandum of appeal shall: Provided that where a Tribunal is satisfied that it is not possible for an appellant to produce any document referred to in clause eit may waive the provisions of the clause. In every memorandum of appeal, the competent authority against whose orders the appeal is preferred and any other party to the dispute shall be estacodf as respondents.
Where an appeal is presented after the period of limitation prescribed in the Act, it shall be accompanied by a petition, supported by an affidavit setting forth the cause of delay.
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No Court—fee shall be payable for preferring an appeal to, or filing, exhibiting or recording any document with a Tribunal. Provided that a notice shall not be issued for publication in a newspaper until the costs of such publication are deposited by the appellant.
Question arising for determination by a Tribunal shall be decided ordinarily upon affidavits and documents proved by affidavits, but the Tribunal may direct that such questions as it may consider necessary shall be decided on such other evidence and in such manner as it may deem estacide. Rules applicable to such servant; and. A copy of every order of final adjudication on an appeal shall be furnished by a Tribunal, free of costs, to the competent authority concerned.
Clerical or arithmetical mistakes arising in an order of final adjudication from any accidental slip or omission may, at estzcode time, be corrected by a Tribunal either on its own motion or on an application made by any of the parties: Provided that every such application shall be duly supported by an affidavit.
If a Tribunal is unable to arrive at a unanimous decision, its decision shall be expressed estacoee terms of the view of the majority.
If any member of a Tribunal, for any reason, is unable to take part in the proceedings of the Tribunal, other member or members, as the case may be, may hear of continue to hear the appeal and dispose it of finally. A casual vacancy in the office of the Chairman or a member of a Tribunal caused by the absence on leave or otherwise of the Chairman, or as the case may be, a member may be filled by the Governor for a specified period by appointment of a person who is qualified to be the Chairman or, as the case may be, a member of a Tribunal.
A tribunal may issue instructions in regard to supply of copies to an inspection of record by parties to proceedings before it. Dated the 8 th September Dstacode has come to the notice of Government that final orders passed by Punjab Service Tribunal on appeals of civil servants have not been implemented in certain cases.
According to Punjab Service Tribunal Act,the Tribunal has the powers of a civil court for the purpose of deciding an appeal of a civil servant in respect of any condition of his service.
Appeals against the orders of the Tribunal lie to the Supreme Court.
It is, therefore, imperative that the orders of the Tribunal must be implemented if it is not considered a fit case for appeal to the Supreme Court. The Chief Secretary has desired that the Administrative Secretaries should ensure that orders of estacoe Tribunal are implemented and a case report about all orders announced by the Tribunal so far should be furnished by the Administrative Departments within fourteen days of estacoe receipt of this letter.
In case there are any good grounds for not implementing the orders, these should be clearly brought out estacoxe the report. Failure to comply with the above instructions would be reflected in the Annual Confidential Report of officer concerned. Dated the 12 th February In pursuance of clause bSub—section 3 of Section 3 and in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 11 of the Punjab Service Tribunals Act,the Governor of the Punjab is please to make the following rule: An Ordinance to constitute estacoce Benevolent Fund for relief of Government servants and their families—.
Short title, extent and commencement. Government servants at estafode rates as Government may, from time to time, prescribe. Utilization of the Fund. Explanation— The benefit admissible under this section will be in addition to the pensions, family pension or gratuities awarded under the rules regulating the conditions of service of Government servants. Audit of the assets of and expenditure from the Fund will be conducted by such authority as may be prescribed.
Constitution and powers of the Boards of Management. Power to recover rents and lease—moneys estacodee arrears of land revenue. Protection of action taken under this ordinance.
Power to make rules ——Government may make rules for bringing into effect the provisions of this Ordinance. In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Section 7 of the Punjab Government Servants Benevolent Fund Ordinance,the Governor of West Pakistan is pleased to make the following rules namely: Note—— The revised rate of contribution shall take effect from Deductions —— Contribution to eztacode Fund shall be made—.
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Contribution by Government Servants transferred to foreign service —— When a Government Servant is transferred to foreign service he shall remain subject to these rules in the same manner as if he was not so transferred, and his contribution during such period shall be remitted by the employer to the Audit Officer in whose jurisdiction he was serving immediately before he was so transferred. A member of the Civil Service of Pakistan who has opted for the Fund shall cease to be entitled to the benefits under the Ordinance as soon as he ceases same in the case of death, to hold any post in connection with the affairs of the Province.
Separate accounts of the two parts of the Fund in respect of the transactions relating to each audit circle shall be maintained by the respective area audit and accounts offices.
The amount deducted as aforesaid shall be checked by the audit office in the case if payments made at Lahoreand by the Treasury Officer in the case of payments made in their respective districts.
Meeting of the Boards —— 1 Each Board referred to in Rule 7 shall meet for the transaction of business at least once in every three months and at such other times as its Chairman calls a meeting thereof. In case of equality of votes, the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote. The duty for recording of minutes shall be discharged by the Secretary and in his absence by any other member of the Board as directed by the Chairman. Remuneration —— The Chairman and members of the various Boards referred to in Rule 7 shall not be entitled to any remuneration or honorarium for attending meetings of the Boards or performing any other functions as the Chairman or members of the Board.
The Provincial Board of Management Gazetted and the Provincial Board of Management Non—Gazetted may invest such money constituting the Fund as are not required for immediate expenditure in any of the securities described in section 20 of the Trust Act,or in real estate, or may place them in fixed deposit with a Bank approved by Government.