Vigilance detects shortfall of CAPD ration in Kathua
Jammu, Aug 10: Vigilance Organisation has registered a case and started investigation in the alleged shortfall of ration in Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution Department Kathua.
Official sources said that Vigilance Organisation conducted a joint check to verify the allegations of misappropriation of APL/BPL food grains by way of issuance of excess food grains for to far-flung ration depots and preparation of fictitious ration documents against Tehsil Supply Officer Billawar and others.
The Joint surprise check revealed that during the period April 2009 to February, 2010 food-grains/ ration had been received by TSO Billawar from Assistant Director CAPD Kathua for disbursement to different categories of population under APL/BPL leaving in far-flung area of Malhar and Kandli as per prescribe sale, while as 653.32 qtl of excess APL/BPL food grains had been shown dispatched to these ration depots but had actually been misappropriated by CAPD Billawar himself, they claimed.
The vigilance officials alleged that the officials during this period have been found to have abused their official position in pursuance of conspiracy hatched among themselves and such 558.98 qtls of APL food grain and 94.34 qtl of BPL food grain were allegedly misappropriated.
The Vigilance Organisation, following the initial verification, has now registered a case against Amar Singh then TSO Billawar, Jaswant Singh then Store-keeper of main CAPD store Billawar, Lakshman Dass then Salesman of Malhar Dept, Beli Ram then Sales of Kandli Depot and contractors Bishan Dass and Sukh Ram.
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