Pakistan suspends licences of 16 pilots, 65 cabin crews for holding fake degrees
During the hearing, the Chief Justice said that there was an impression that the authorities were acting in haste in the matter because of court orders. "We do not want to prohibit anyone's livelihood," he said, adding that the record on the basis of which airline staff have been suspended should be correct. Following the hearing, the apex court wrapped up the case, which it had taken up in May 2018, it said.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) told this to the Supreme Court during the hearing of a case related to the verification of degrees of pilots and other staff of various airlines. Image source: Reuters