2 BUDGAM TEACHERS DISMISSED
KASHMIR UNREST 2010
Srinagar, Feb 3: Authorities have dismissed two teachers for their alleged involvement in stone pelting during 2010 summer unrest, a local news agency KMN reported on Thursday.
It said that two teachers Naseer Ahmed Wani son of Ghulam Ahmed and Syed Mohsin Habib son of Habibullah both residents of Soibugh Budgam were arrested on charges of stone pelting on September 13, 2010 and a FIR No. 403/210 was registered against them. They remained in police custody for two weeks. A local court released them on bail on October 1.
The KMN said 2-months after the court released the duo on bail the Chief Education Officer Budgam issued their termination order no. DEOB-1 MW-11-15374-76 on January 27.
When contacted the CEO Budgam, Abdur Rasheed told Greater Kashmir, “Both of them have been terminated.”
However, sources said the CEO is not competent to issue a termination order. “It is a shocking move,” they said." Termination order has been issued despite matter being sub-judicious ".
Pertinently, police in 2010 had registered cases against more than 200 employees for their alleged involvement in stone pelting. Many employees who were arrested during the unrest were placed under suspension and most them are yet to be reinstated.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 3 Feb 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 3 Feb 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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