Police break out batons to control crowd of 20,000 job applicants outside Civil Hospital, Karachi

January 13, 2019





The police had to use batons to stop applicants from trying to enter Civil Hospital, Karachi on Sunday. The hospital advertised openings and walk-in interviews for 300 positions. Over 20,000 people showed up.

The Civil Hospital, Karachi administration advertised 300 posts from grades one to five at the hospital, expecting around a thousand or so applicants.

Much to their disbelief, over 20,000 people showed up Sunday morning. This was the first time these posts had been advertised in years.

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The procedure for the applicants was to get a slip from the OPD councils and the go to another room for a walk-in interview. So far 1,300 slips have been handed out.

The hospital administration says they will conduct interviews for all the applicants, even if that means they’re sitting there till 10pm.

Applicants became rowdy and started pushing and shoving their way in. Some even tried jumping over the hospital gate.

The police and Rangers are outside the hospital trying to control the crowd.
 
 
 
 
 

2 Comments

  1. PAKISTANI   January 13, 2019 1:59 pm/ Reply

    what a shame what a shame. No respect for their sentiments.
    SUCH IS STATE OF JOBLESSNESS IN OUR COUNTRY.B ILLAWAL SAHEB. WHERE IS YOUR ROTI KAPRA MAKAN.
    KAB TAK LOGON KO C BANATEY RAHEN GEY AUR KAB TAK LOOG BANTEY RAHEN GEY

  2. Tariq Saeed   January 13, 2019 6:39 pm/ Reply

    Ridiculous , how mercilessly the PUBLIC is disgraced by none else but their own SERVANTS ( Public servants) after every now & then, Still you expect from the society to behave sanely. Are we not living in the paradise of fools?


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