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The then Junior Engineer, Handwara under a well knit criminal conspiracy and had dishonestly and fraudulently submitted requisitions amounting to Rs. 10,10,000/- and Rs. 12,00,000/- respectively and released an amount of Rs.22,10,000/- as temporary advance in their favour.


Srinagar—Vigilance Organization Kashmir produced a Charge Sheet (Challan) before the Anti-Corruption Court, Baramulla in case FIR 17/2009 u/s 5(1)c, (d) r/w 5(2) P.C Act Svt. 2006 and Section 120-B, 409, 467,468,471 RPC of P/S VOK against Eight (08) accused persons including Three (03) Government officials.

In a statement issued to GNS, VOK said that the brief facts of the case are that Vigilance Organization Kashmir registered a case on the outcome of a Joint Surprise Check conducted into the allegations of misappropriation of temporary advance to the tune of Rs 22, 10,000/- in the year 2007 by Abdul Karim Dagga, the then Executive Engineer PHE Div. Handwara in league with Mohammad Muzafar Khan the then Junior Engineer PHE Handwara and Showkat Hussain Pir,

The then Junior Engineer, Handwara under a well knit criminal conspiracy and had dishonestly and fraudulently submitted requisitions amounting to Rs. 10,10,000/- and Rs. 12,00,000/- respectively and released an amount of Rs.22,10,000/- as temporary advance in their favour.

The Investigation of the case was concluded as proved and for launching prosecution against the accused; the Challan of the case has been produced today before the Court of Special Judge Anti-corruption, Baramulla Kashmir, VOK said. (GNS)

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