‘Corrupt’ Fund office employee in vigilance net


SRINAGAR: Special Judge, Anti-Corruption Court Kashmir, Srinagar Y.P. Bourney convicted one accused namely Ghulam Mohammad Dar then Asstt. Compiler District Fund Office Srinagar resident of Rabitar Ganderbal. 

A case FIR No. 16/2004 P/S VOK was registered on 26.07.2004 in P/S Vigilance Organization Kashmir against the accused named above on a written complaint lodged by Abdul Majid Misger  then teacher  Govt. Primary School  Habak Zone Gulabagh S/o Gh. Mohammad R/o New Colony Lalbazar, Srinagar wherein he has alleged that the accused  person  had demanded  Rs.2000 bribe as illegal gratification from the complainant for processing his GP fund bill, which was pending in the District Fund Office, Srinagar. 

Accordingly a successful trap was laid  at District Fund Office Srinagar  and the accused was caught red handed  while demanding and accepting  an  amount of Rs.2000/- and the amount was  recovered from the possession of the accused after completion of  investigation, the sanction was obtained from the Govt. for launching prosecution against the accused.

Finally the challan was produced before the Hon’ble Court of Special Judge, Anti-Corruption Kashmir, Srinagar. The case was sub-judice before the  Hon’ble Court.  Today the Hon’ble Court passed  a judgement and convicted the accused for a period of one year imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 10000/-.  The investigation of the case was conducted by then Dy.SP Ab. Rashid Lone.The case was  prosecuted by the Ld. Sr. Prosecuting Officers S/Shri Syed Jehangir Ahmad Rafique & Syed Sareer Ahmad.  The accused has been lodged in Central Jail Srinagar in pursuance the judgement passed by the Hon’ble Court of Special Judge, Anti-Corruption Kashmir, Srinagar.


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