13 Doctors Bunk off Quarantine Duty in Balochistan

13 doctors did not join duty at the quarantine centre set in Mastung for suspected COVID-19 cases.

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Chief Secretary Balochistan

Through a letter sent by the Balochistan Health Secretary to the Chief Secretary, it can be determined that 13 doctors from different hospitals of Quetta were asked to join duty at the quarantine centre, but they have been bunking off even after a week. They were assigned their duties on March 8th, but the in-charge of the centre reported that the joining reports have not been submitted as of yet.

Moreover, the letter proposed that disciplinary action should be taken against the 13 doctors who bunked, under the Balochistan Employees Deficiency and Discipline Act, 2011, and show-cause notices should be served to them.

What are the recent developments in Balochistan?

The Balochistan government has decided to close all administrative departments functioning in the Balochistan Civil Secretariat in Quetta and tehsil offices and revenue courts across the province. The departments are to stay closed till March 22nd.

However, many departments such as the services and general administration department, home and tribal affairs department, health department, finance department and planning and development department will be functioning as per usual.

All commissioners and deputy commissioners have been asked to restrict entry to visitors who don’t have any important business in the divisional and district offices.


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