SRINAGAR: Doctors Association of Kashmir (DAK) today alleged that tainted former BOPEE Chef Mushtaq Pir had patronage of National Conference government.
Pir was selected for the post of chairman BOPEE out of way at the cost of some honest academicians of the state, DAK President Dr Nisar-ul-Hassan said in a statement today.
Despite uproar over the CET list of 2012 he was given an extension and later reemployed as consultant to service selection board. This is safe to conclude that Peer was working at the behest of his masters in the government without whose patronage he would not have dared to hollow the pillars of a sacred institution, Hassan said.
Pir was pawn of NC government and through people like him they are bulldozing the sacred institutions, he said.
He demanded exemplary punishment for Pir so that it serves as a lesson for others.
Not only that but the parents of involved candidates should be arrested and severe punishment should be given to them. Selection of those candidates involved should be cancelled with immediate effect so that some semblance of dignity of medical profession is restored, Hassan said. But the million dollar question is who will punish the govt, he questioned.
lashing out at PDP, Hassan said party was chest beating at BOPEE scam and shedding crocodile tears.
They are befooling the nation. During fake drug scam I approached party president Mehbooba Mufti and others for their support against sham Lal Sharma who is directly involved in the fake drug scam, but to our surprise in order to keep their future political allay in good humor, PDP chose to keep mum DAK chief said.
Maintaining criminal silence on fake drug scam and crying on BOPEE is a double standard of PDP. NC or PDP they are two sides of the same coin, he said.
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