State Bank has no Board Director from Sindh

By: Dr Ali Akbar Dhakan, Karachi, Sindh

There is an old maxim that the cry of an oppressed or Victim never goes heedless but its bring Allah`s calamity and catastrophe for the oppressors. Since the creation of the world, the history tells that the society wherein the principle of might is right has been adopted, neither the fate of that society has flourished nor solidarity has achieved sound footings. I have expressed here my worries and woes experienced in the service career of State Bank of Pakistan which is the central Bank or the authority to regulate and control the monetary related affairs of the country.

State Bank of Pakistan is constantly ignoring Sindhis for their necessary recruitment or employment in various categories. The result emerged that all institutions like banks, corporations, public and private departments and companies were filled up with the group thus having monopoly in the service career in all institutions could not possess sympathy and cooperation with the rural based community even though they were highly qualified and suitable for the small or high cadres of service. Consequently, after the unanimous approval of 1973 constitution, some quota of jobs for rural people was prescribed but even that quota system could not be implemented and the rural people have been ignored time and again except during the initial period of the new constitution of 1973.

Sindh is not being given representation according to quota in the appointment of advisers, deputy governors, directors, executive directors and others taken on contract jobs etc. by State Bank, all Banks, government institutions etc. Even on the board of Directors of State Bank of Pakistan, no director has been nominated from the Sindh rural. People of Sindh therefore are right to demand for severe action to be taken against the violators of the 1973 constitution.

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