Srinagar: Today Vigilance Organization Kashmir (VOK) registered a case FIR No. 09/2016 under section 5(1)(c)(d) r/w 5(2) J&K P.C. Act and sections 120-B& 467 RPC under Prevention of Corruption Act against Dr. Abdul Rashid Matoo the then BMO Sallar S/o Mohammad Muzaffer Mattoo R/o S. K. Colony Anchidoora Anantang, Nisar Ahmad Ganai then Junior Assistant in Medical Block Sallar S/o Gh. Ahmad Ganai R/o Adlach Srigufwara Anantang and others into the allegations that officers /officials of MBO Office Sallar have fraudulently drawn pay dues of the complainants son namely Shabir Ahmad Itoo From 07/2005 to 12/2008 by forging his signatures on acquaintance rolls etc..
The case was registered on the outcome of a Preliminary Enquiry conducted into the allegations by VOK which revealed that out of the funds credited in the official account No. Sb- 4744 in J&K Bank Branch Pahalgam, being operated by Block Medical Officer, Sallar, the transfer/cash withdrawals to the tune of Rs. 11,07,800 have been made fraudulently by Dr. Abdul Rashid Matoo, the then Block Medical officer, Sallar in league with Shri Nisar Ahmad Ganai the then Junior Assistant/Cashier and others by way of abusing their official positions during period 01.10.2008 to 30.05.2009 transferred cash from official account to personal account No.SB-40733 at J&K Bank Branch TP Anantnag of Dr. Abdul Rashid Matoo, then BMO Sallar to the tune of Rs. 02.81 lacs and withdrawn cash from official account and transferred to personal account No. SB-3922 at J&K BankBranch Srigufwara of Shri Nisar Ahmad Ganai then Junior Assistant/Cashier to the tune of Rs. 5,76,800 as well as has withdrawn cash via five cheques 50,000/- each through unknown persons to the tune of Rs.2,50,000/- which resulted in total loss to the tune of Rs.1107800/- to the State Exchequer. (KNS)
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