Man Booked for Forging Signatures of Omar Abdullah


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Had Issued Regularisation Orders Of Daily Wagers

Srinagar: The Crime Branch Kashmir on Monday produced a Challan against a trade union leader for forging the signatures of Omar Abdullah, former Chief Minister of J&K on a fake letter pad. The accused had issued fake orders for the regularisation of daily wagers of the Rural Development Department .

According to the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) a challan was produced in case FIR No. 32/2014 U/S 420,468,471 RPC against accused Ghulam Mohammad Wani son of Mohammad Ahsan Wani resident of Anzwala Anantnag, self styled president of the Daily Wagers Union Jammu and Kashmir, before the Court of Forest Magistrate Srinagar.

“Consequent upon a complaint received from Chief Minister’s Secretariat of the erstwhile state of J&K, regarding the use of fake and forged letter pad of the then Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah for regularization of the daily wage workers of Rural Development Department J&K. The above mentioned accused had forged the signatures of the then Chief Minister Shri Omar Abdullah,” it said.

“The accused Ghulam Mohammad also forged the signatures of the then Director Rural Development Department Jammu/Kashmir whereby he had prepared / forwarded the list of Daily Wage Workers to senior formations for their regularization, who otherwise were not existing on the rolls of Department,” it added.



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