According to this decision the daughter of Govt servant who dies during service or the employee is declared as invalidated or incapacitated for future service is entitled to the benefit of Rule 17-A of the Punjab Civil Servants (Appointment & Conditions of Service) Rules 1974. This decision was made by the Lahore High Court, Multan Bench, Multan on 23-06-2011.
The Rule 17-A of the Punjab Civil Servants (Appointment & Conditions of Service) Rules 1974 says;” Notwithstanding anything contained in any rule to the contrary, whenever a civil servant dies while in service or is declared as invalidated/incapacitated for further service and of his unemployed children, may be employed by the Appointing Authority against a post to be filled under Rule 16 & 17 for which he/she possesses the prescribed qualifications and experience and such child may be given 10 additional marks in the aggregate by the Public Service Commission or by the appropriate Selection Board or Committee, provided he/she qualifies in the test/examination and or/interview for posts in BPS-06 and above.”
“Provided further that one child of Government Servant who dies while in service or is declared as invalidated/incapacitated for further service shall be provided a job against posts in BPS-01 to BPS-05 in the department in which the deceased Govt Employee was working, without observance of formalities prescribed under the rules/procedure, provided such child is otherwise eligible for the post.”
According to the decision it is also clarified that there is no restriction of married or unmarried son/daughter. This special post has been delivered by Syed Mustansar.