Pulwama family seeks vigilance probe



Pulwama, Apr 15: A family here has sought vigilance probe into the “fraudulent” appointment of a sub-inspector in the Department of Excise and Taxation (DET) allegedly by virtue of fake documents.
 Family of Muhammad Aslam Shah, son of Ghulam Hassan Shah of Tikroo village, who was killed by some unidentified persons in 1998, said the State Government had granted them benefit of SRO-43. 
 “Ironically, Aslam’s close friend Javid Ahmad Shah managed to produce fake documents that he had adopted him as his son, and thus he projected himself as main beneficiary under SRO-43. At the time of his death, Aslam was just 30 years old and unmarried. He had never adopted any child,” Aslam’s sister Saleema said. 
 “Javid has never mentioned Aslam as his father on his state subject and marriage certificates. Surprisingly he still got the post under fake SRO case in the department of Excise and Taxation un government order no. 1405-GAD of 2006, dated 20/11/2006,” Saleema alleged.
 Saleema’s husband is paralyzed and bed-ridden for past many years. According to locals, she is struggling to meet her two ends. “Getting the job is my right and I will fight for it,” Saleema said with moist eyes as her two daughters console her. Her lone son was killed in a road accident some years ago.
 Saleema claimed that she is entitled to the benefit of the SRO. “My other two brothers are already in government service so I deserve the job. I urge the government to initiate vigilance probe in the matter,” Saleema said.

Lastupdate on : Sun, 15 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 15 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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