The letter written by Sindh Home Department also sent the names of 8 officers with alleged fake domiciles. (Photo: File)
It has been revealed that Sindh has passed the highest exam in the country on the alleged fake domicile. The Sindh government has sought details from the Federal Public Service Commission for taking action against the alleged forgers who passed the CSS exam.
According to details, the Sindh Home Department has written a letter to the Secretary Federal Public Service Commission seeking details of domicile, PRC and national identity card of eight suspects so that these documents can be verified by the concerned districts.
The letter said there were reports of people from other provinces getting jobs by passing the Federal Public Service Commission exam on domicile and quota in Sindh. The Sindh government has also sent a list of officers who have passed the CSS exam on suspicious domiciles.
In the letter written by Sindh Home Department, the names of 8 officers with alleged fake domiciles have also been sent and their documents will be examined. In addition, the Sindh government has decided to tighten the laws on the issue of forged domiciles of non-natives in Sindh province. In this regard, it has been decided to re-investigate the domiciles and PRC issued across the province.
The domicile PRC issued in the last 10 years will be scrutinized. In this regard, the Sindh government has written a letter to all the Deputy Commissioners across the province instructing them to conduct field verification before issuing domicile and PRC.
The letter said that proof of residence, educational credentials should be verified before issuance of domicile and domicile PRCs obtained through forgery in the last ten years should be canceled.