Edu deptt ‘dilly dallying’ reinstatement of lecturer
Srinagar, Oct 18: The Education Department is allegedly delaying the reinstatement of a lecturer despite recommendations by its committee for the same.
The lecturer statistics in School Education department Kashmir, Muhammad Afzal Bhat was suspended in January last year vide order No. 49-Edu-2010 for his alleged unauthorized absence from duties. However, after his representation to Director School Education for reinstatement, an enquiry committee was framed which submitted its report.
The report states that the employee was suspended by administrative department for ‘non-compliance’ of transfer order and recommended his reinstatement saying “it should not violate order no 48 GAD (vig) of 2000.” It said that “his services should be utilized for the benefit of students.”
“Since the lecturer was suspended for non-compliance of the orders for which the official has to bear with almost one and a half year. Therefore the enquiry committee recommend for his reinstatement,” the three member panel recommended in its report in June 2011.
Bhat told Greater Kashmir that during his suspension, his family had to face tough times. “I haven’t been able to pay the school fee of children. My brother is suffering from hepatitis which incurs huge amount of money each month. I want the Government to take action in my case swiftly so that my mental agony will be over,” he urged.
As he has been actively following RTI Act by seeking information from several departments, Bhat said the officers were dillydallying his reinstatement. “Even I made representation to Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah about my case. I am being made scapegoat in order to punish me for seeking information in several high profile cases,” he told Greater Kashmir.
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