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incompetent

1. Law not legally qualified
2. (of rock strata, folds, etc.) yielding readily to pressure so as to undergo structural deformation
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Rana Sanaullah, in his earlier press conference, had alleged that Imran Khan was trying to cover up the incompetency of KP police.
Similar incident happened in the same city but owing to poor governance and incompetency, the culprits are still roaming free.
KARACHI:Fourstate-of-the-art, fully equipped Regional Blood Centres (RBCs) which have beenset up in Sindh are rotting away asthe provincial government has failed to operationalise themowing to incompetency and internal political brawls.
The department is not enjoying a good reputation at the moment for its incompetency in ending the rampant corruption.
The court observed that the Sindh police were not properly investigating the case which showed their incompetency.
BADIN -- The residents of Badin city were repelled in trouble and distress for getting water for their daily consumption because of the incompetency and ineptitude of administration of Badin Municipal Committee.
Consequently, chief minister dissolved the board on grounds of incompetency last year after which this new board was constituted.
He alleged that PML-N government also burgled on Khatam-e-Nabuwat to save its incompetency.
It is inefficiency and incompetency on the part of QESCO to recover the line losses from the consumers.
On one hand, the government bemoans the lack of monetary resources required for development and public welfare, but on the other it is unable to use the available resources to the fullest, a clear sign of incompetency, mismanagement and poor governance.
Fine said that "that this episode exposes the rank incompetency of the NCUA.
The Association president also criticized the doctors community in Punjab and also the Punjab government for their negligence and incompetency, due to which poor patients were being confronted with immense difficulties on daily basis.