The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday registered a case against Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) officers involved in a fake degrees scam
"How could the Higher Education Commission (HEC) verify these degrees when the HEC have no authority to decide about a university based in Azad Kashmir," Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan questioned.
11 PIA employees were given appreciation letters while five others were awarded cash money over their extraordinary performances.
17 pilots are also in the list of sacked employees.
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has dismissed 49 employees from service on the charges of possessing fake degrees and disciplinary issues during the last month.
The top court expressed anger over the appellants seeking review of its verdict
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan was informed on Wednesday that the academic degrees of 16 pilots and 65 cabin crew members were found fake during scrutiny, ARY News reported. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) furnished this statement before the top court after it was ordered to hold inquiry into degrees of staffers of different airlines. The hearing of the case was conducted by three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar. The CAA further informed the court that licenses of all fake degree…
KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Saturday dismissed four captains among 50 officials from service over holding fake degrees. According to the details, the national flag carrier on the direction of the apex court took action against the employees holding fake degrees and sacked 50 officials, including four pilots and cabin crew. Sources said that two of the sacked pilots had been flying Boeing 777 aircraft, one airbus A-320 and one ATR plane. The PIA spokesperson said that the airline had…