CJP writes to president, HEC chairman; wants probe into IIU admin affairs


Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Qazi Faez Isa has demanded of President Dr Arif Alvi, Federal Ministry of Education and Higher Education Commission (HEC) chairman to hold investigation against International Islamic University (IIU) administration affairs.
In this regard, CJP Isa has written a letter to the Federal Ministry of Education and Higher Education Commission chairman a copy of which has also be sent to Chief Justice Federal Shariat Court (FSC) and the university administration. The chief justice has expressed his grave reservations over the posting of vice president Nabi Bakhsh Jamani.
The chief justice, in his letter, said the International Islamic University had lost international standards due to mismanagement. Due to mismanagement, Islamic values had also disappeared in the educational facility, he stated.
CJP Isa said “The president, on my request, has called a meeting of the board members on November 30 after three years.” The CJP added the vice president of the university Nabi Bakhsh Jumani had not bothered to reply his two letters related to the administration of the university on September 22 and October 13.
He said no response to the letters was regrettable and reflected the vice president wanted to cover up his wrongdoings. The CJP said Nabi Bakhsh was appointed for three years but he was still in office.
He demanded that the board of trustees meeting should be convened to review the administrative matters of the university. The appointment of the vice president and his letters should also be placed before the meeting, he added.