Sindh

SPSC chief resigns after 'forced into contravention of law'

KARACHI: Justice (retired) Dr. Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan on Wednesday tendered resignation from the post of chairman Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC), ARY News reported.

Sources quoted Dr. Agha Rafiq as saying that the post was in contrary to his temperament and he was forced to recruit people on the basis of favoritism rather than on merit.

Dr. Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan was appointed as Chairman SPSC on June 9, 2014 for the period of five years.

Justice Dr. Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan, who was born on August 23, 1949 in Garhi Yasin, Shikarpur, also served as Chief Justice, Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan from 2009 to 2014.

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