Srinagar: Vigilance Organisation Kashmir has booked an Enforcement Inspector of LAWDA and other officials concerned for illegal construction of two buildings.
After verification, the Vigilance Organization Kashmir found Ishrat Aslam S/o Mohammad Aslam R/o Ishbar Nishat working as Enforcement Inspector in J&K LAWDA has in connivance with the concerned officers/officials of LAWDA, managed two separate building permissions vide J&K Lakes and Water Ways Development Authority order No. 81/Bldg/LDA of 2006 dated 14-09-2006 and No. 85/Bldg/LDA of 2009 dated 15-09-2009 in the name of his mother Farooqa Aslam for construction of Garages, Servants Quarter and Compound walling towards Nallah side on plot of land comprising Khasra No. 3813/1546 min situated at Gupt Ganga and for construction of two storied residential house and compound walling on plot of land comprising Khasra No. 2307/1823/556 min situated at Gupt Ganga respectively, the VOK said.
The construction was carried in utter violation with respect to parameters, approved in the building permission. Besides it was also observed that the permission obtained in the name of Farooqa Aslam for construction of single storied house with basement floor from Srinagar Municipality Vide No. 665 of 2000 dated 26-08-2000 was also carried in total violation of permission granted in the matter, the VOK said.
The two building raised in the violation of the approved site plan are used as Hotel/Guest House for commercial activities instead of residential house for which permission have been granted by the competent authorities. A separate garage also exists at site for which no permission has been obtained.
The aforesaid acts of omission /commissions on the part of Ishrat Aslam and other officers/officials of LAWDA / enforcement wing and Farooqa Aslam W/o Mohammad Aslam (mother of accused Ishrat Aslam ) prima facie constitute offences offence u/s 5(1) (d) r/w 5(2) Prevention of Corruption Act Svt 2006, and Sections 109,188 and 120-B, RPC and accordingly a Case FIR No. 14/2016, has been registered in P/S VOK and investigation has been taken up, the VOK said.
VOK said this is the 5th case registered by the Vigilance Organization against the LAWDA officers/officials for their wrong doings. (KNS)
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