Srinagar: Following the verification, the Vigilance Organization Kashmir (VoK) on Thursday registered a case against the then Executive Engineer, the then Head Clerk and others of Irrigation division Sumbal Sonawari.
According to the statement issued to KNS, the officials said that a case under FIR no 08/2017, under section 5 (1) (d) r/w 5 (2) PC Act Svt, 2006, section 120-B RPC has been registered against the accused persons namely Ajaz Hussain Sahaf, the then Executive Engineer Irrigation Division Sumbal Sonawari, Mohammad Ramzan Genaie, the then Head Clerk Irrigation Division Sumbal Sonawari, Tariq Ahmad Khan, senior Assistant, the then Establishment Clerk Irrigation Division Sumbal Sonawari, and Nisar Ahmad Itoo (beneficiary) into the allegations of illegal regularization of said temporarily engaged orderly/beneficiary.
The accused under a well knit conspiracy hatched among themselves have illegally regularized the temporary engaged beneficiary as permanent orderly by preparing/attesting his service book and have drawn full salary in his favour as that of a regular permanent orderly since 01/2009 thereby conferring wrongful gain in his favour by way of abuse of their official positions against corresponding wrongful loss to the state exchequer, the statement adds. (KNS)
VoK arrests nursing orderly cum Asstt cashier of BMO office Kulgam
The Vigilance Organization Kashmir (VOK) on Thursday registered a case the then BMO, the then senior Assistant and other officials of Kulgam.
According to the statement issued to KNS, the officials said that a case under FIR no 9/2017 P/S VOK undersection 5 (1) (c) (d) r/w Section 5 (2) J&K PC Act Svt, 2006 and Sections 120-B, 109 RPC has been registered against the accused persons Abdul Rashid Dar, the then BMO Kulgam (now retired), Mohammad Ashraf Parray the then senior Assistant presently posted in BMO Office Qazigund and Mukhtiyar Ahmad Khan, the then Nursing Orderly, functioning as Assistant Cashier in the office of BMO Kulgam.
The two accused were already arrested in the case under FIR no 29/2012 P/S VOK while the third accused, Mukhtiyar Ahmad Khan was today in the instant case for dishonestly and fraudulently transferring/facilitating withdrawals to the tune of Rs 56,76,198/- through several beneficiaries, the statement reads.
The officials said that the investigation of the instant case has been taken up. (KNS)
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