PIA sacks 63 workers for pretend levels, embezzlement

Islamabad, August 4

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) final month sacked 63 of its workers, together with 5 pilots, on prices of faux levels, embezzlement and absence from obligation.

All 5 of the sacked pilots have been holding pretend licences, stated PIA spokesperson Abdullah Khan, including that every one workers have been dismissed in accordance to the legislation.

Twenty-eight workers have been eliminated for pretend training credentials and 27 workers have been sacked for being absent from obligation with out discover, Khan advised The Express Tribune.

Two workers have been fired on prices of embezzlement and one worker was fired for incompetence.

Further, the airways demoted 4 workers for refusing to work and held again increments of three workers for violating commonplace working procedures.

Last month, the airline had sacked 17 pilots on the order of the federal cupboard. The 12 captains and 5 first officers have been discovered to have ‘dubious’ flying licences.

The pilots have been dismissed following Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan’s probe into the May 22 Karachi airplane crash.

In June, the minister had advised the Parliament that 262 pilots within the nation held “suspicious flying licences” and can be grounded instantly.

The home flight from Lahore to Karachi crashed in a residential space close to the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi on May 22. The Aviation Minister’s probe report blamed the pilots and the air visitors management for the tragedy that killed 97 individuals. PTI

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