SC reinstates Genco Holding Company’s CEO

The Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended the Sindh High Court’s (SHC) order and reinstated Genco Holding Company’s CEO Muhammad Imran.

A three-member bench of the apex court comprising Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Justice Ijazul Ahsan and Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar heard the service matter appeal filed by Muhammad Imran and the Power Division.

During the course of proceedings, Justice Ahsan asked whether an engineering degree was a prerequisite for the post of Genco Holding Company CEO.

He asked whether the duty of the CEO was to run a turbine or the institution and what kind of decision the SHC had given?

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In response to a court query, the additional attorney general said that the SHC relied on the decision of the apex court regarding the PIA.

Justice Ahsan asked where it was written in the decision regarding PIA that the head of the national airline would be a pilot as the job of the PIA chief was not to fly the plane but to run the company.

Employees have nothing to do with challenging the appointment of a chief, the CJ remarked.

The court after hearing arguments ordered the reinstatement of the Genco Holding Company’s CEO.

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