SU to stop salaries of employees avoiding Covid-19 vaccination
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SU to stop salaries of employees avoiding Covid-19 vaccination

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The Sindh University administration has decided to withhold the salaries of the varsity employees who will not get inoculated against the deadly coronavirus as per guidelines of the Sindh government after the deadline is over.

According to details, the SU authorities after receiving directives from the Chief Minister Sindh regarding ‘vaccination for all the employees of the university’ had advised all the workers to be vaccinated till the deadline announced earlier.

The SU administration had nominated Dr. Farhan Zeb Khaskheli as the focal person for the vaccination centre established on the campus in a bid to facilitate the employees.

However, many employees, faculty members and officers have got/ are getting themselves vaccinated while some of them have not yet complied with the instructions of the university administration in this regard.

According to SU spokesperson, the vice chancellor Prof. (Meritorious) Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro advised all the employees once again to get inoculated against COVID-19 by the stipulated deadline and submit their vaccination cards to the head of their departments so that their monthly salaries for July 2021 might be released.

The spokesperson further told that the heads of various sections and departments will submit a report through a prescribed proforma to the focal person after the stipulated date for vaccination was over.

The focal person after compiling the lists would furnish a comprehensive report and submit it to the vice chancellor. After his approval, the report will be sent to the Chief Secretary Sindh in compliance with the orders of chief minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.

The spokesperson clarified that the salaries of the employees for the month of July will be withheld in the light of the directives of CM Sindh who will not be able to get inoculated against the coronavirus in due course of time

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