Detainee misses KAS exam
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 11: A Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS) aspirant Shabir Ahmad Bukhari, presently lodged in Central Jail Srinagar, Friday missed his optional paper in mains examination after he was not allowed to enter the exam hall on Friday.
Bukhari, who is one of the accused in former minister education Ghulam Nabi Lone’s murder case, missed his paper after the invigilator did not allow him to enter the exam hall, Bukhari’s counsel advocate Mir Urfi told Greater Kashmir.
On March 1, the 1st additional district and session’s judge ordered the Superintendent Central Jail Srinagar to make sure that Bukhari reaches examination hall in time.
“Despite court orders my client was not permitted to sit in the examination hall as he reached late by 45 minutes. The invigilator cited PSC rules and refused to entertain his plea,” Urfi said.
“It was not his fault but the Central Jail officials who could not cause his presence in time,” Urfi said.
The examination centre of Bukhari was at Government Women College, M A Road. “Since, the escort to take my client to exam centre was late. So, he could not reach examination centre well in time,” Urfi said.
Urfi said it was not his client’s fault as he is dependent on jail authorities to appear in the examination. The court order has been violated,” said advocate Urfi.
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