ANANTNAG: Vigilance Organization produced a challan against accused public servants in the office of Assistant Director CA&PD Anantang on Monday.
The Challan was produced in the Court of Additional Anti-corruption Judge Anantang.
The officials against whom the Vigilance registered the challan are Muhammad Abdullah Bhat, the then Assistant Deputy Registrar Cooperative Societies Anantang, Mohammad Akber Bhat, the then junior Assistant in the office of Registrar Cooperative Societies Anantang and Ghulam Hassan Shah, the then Challan Clerk.
The instant Case was registered on outcome of a verification conducted into allegations that accused public servants by abuse of their official positions have committed misappropriation of 39 Kilo Liters Kerosene Oil earmarked for various societies of District Anantang for the month of February 2007 at subsidized rate. During verification it has been revealed that the same has been deposited with concerned Oil Agencies, in pursuance to a conspiracy hatched between Dy. Registrar Co-operative Societies Anantnag Shri Son-ulla Malla and delealing Assistant Mohammad Akbar Bhat thus resulting in conferment of undue pecuniary benefit to the public servants.
The investigation of the case was concluded as proved against accused public servants named above and after the accord of sanction from Government for launching of prosecution against the accused persons, the challan of the case was produced in the Court of Additional Anti-corruption Judge Anantang. At the time of production of the Challan the accused were present in the Honble Court who was released on bail. The next date of the case has been fixed on January 19 next year.
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