NPSU demands sacking of Peerzada, action against BOSE Chairman
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Jammu, Feb 7: The student wing of Panthers Party, National Panthers Students Union (NPSU) Tuesday demanded sacking of Education Minister Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed from the cabinet and strict action against Chairman of JK Board of School Education (JKBOSE).
Addressing reporters, NPSU president of Jammu University, Thakur Varinder Singh alleged that BOSE chairman was the main culprit - in recent expose pertaining to the son of education minister - for which strict disciplinary action should be initiated against him in order to restore the faith of general public in different institutions.
“The Chairman has misused his official position to please the Education Minister as he had committed several frauds in education department during his tenure as secretary of BOSE,” Thakur alleged and demanded a though probe into the alleged irregularities committed by Chairman.
Raising finger over the tenure of BOSE chairman, Thakur said he had joined the Board in year 2004 on deputation basis and is still posted in the office allegedly in utter violation of service rules as no official can serve any office more than three years.
“He is still holding the charge only due to strong patronage of Education Minister”. he alleged and demanded that the government should take cognizance of issue.
Giving three days’ ultimatum to state government, NPSU leaders warned that if the government failed to take action against Education Minister and Chairman of BOSE, the student community will take to street across Jammu province. They also demanded immediate expulsion of Peerzada from State’s cabinet as his continuous presence in the cabinet will only add to the frustration of the student community. Simranjeet Singh, Papinder Singh, Boney Jasrotia, Innayat, Iftikar Choudhary, Rishab Bhardwaj, Pushpinder Singh, Nitish were also present on the occasion.
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