The court dismissed the appeals, ordering promotion of nine girls assistant sub-inspectors made to the Federal Investigation Agency between 2004 and 2002. Girls weren’t second class citizens, instead they were identical to men, Justice Saeed said, including that they must not be discriminated against in other sectors of life.
The women’s team brought great name in India for the state, the judge said. While rejecting the appeals, he said the authorities shouldn’t have approached the apex court contrary to the girls officials – Sumera Mehmood, Zakia Rashid, Shumia Saleem, Shazia Safdar, Asma Abbas, Ghulam Bano, Najma Hafeez, Nazish and Tanzela Safdar.After girls ASIs’ induction, the authorities made guys during 2004 and 2005 and they were promoted as inspectors or sub-inspectors in 2007.Feeling aggrieved, the girls policemen approached the FST which maintained which they ought to be promoted to the following levels relative to the seniority list on the grounds of their appointment dates.
These girls also needs to be promoted to bring them on a level with their male co-workers, the tribunal held.