Ex-Bureaucrat Denied Passport

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SRINAGAR: Former bureaucrat, who retired as Director Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution Department, Wednesday alleged that police was not clearing his passport even after the expiry of one and a half year.

Abdul Wahid Tak who held position of Additional Deputy Commissioner Anantnag said that one and a half year ago, as a senior citizen he had applied for a passport but he was still waiting for his passport.

“I wonder why so much time was taken on the name of verification despite the fact I had served on important positions. This is the case with a former bureaucrat and I wonder how much difficulties common people must be facing in getting their passports cleared,” he said. (CNS)

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