Court directs SSP VO to probe allegations
BOSE ‘COPYING’ CASE
D A RASHID
Srinagar, July 7: A Special Anti-Corruption Court on Saturday directed the Senior Superintendent of Police Vigilance Organization Kashmir to inquire into the allegations of copying facilitated by two BOSE officials to a minister’s son and asked him to file a detailed report before it.
Court of special anti-corruption judge Kashmir, while passing direction on the application filed by Dr Muzaffar Bhat asked the SSP VOK to inquire into the allegations against the Chairman of Board of School Education and a former deputy Director Academics BOSE, Mehrajudin Zargar.
Dr Bhat had filed an application before the court seeking registration of an FIR in the matter and directions for an appropriate action against the culpable.
The Court held that prima-facie offences are disclosed against the respondents/ alleged accused but before court directs for registration of the case, it is deemed expedient by the court to direct SSP VOK to enquire into the allegations leveled against the accused in the complaint.
“To separate chaff from the grain, issuance of process is postponed and the matter is referred to SSP Vigilance Organization who is directed to conduct the enquiry into the allegations and file a detailed report before the next date of hearing on August 6, 2012,” the court held. However, the Court directed the SSP to give audience to both the parties before submitting the report.
The complainant has stated that a compliant made by an employ of a private school Al-Ameen Humhama which was endorsed by Joint Secretary Examination after forwarded by Assistant Secretary Strong Room and it was alleged that on candidate bearing Roll No 228211 of SSE(10th) Annual Regular 2009 who was the son of the former education Minister had resorted to use of unfair means during the examination in connivance with the supervisory staff and Board officials particularly, Mehrajudin, who was deputy director academics in BOSE in 2009 and is the accused no 2 in the present application.
The complaint states that the case was forwarded to the then Secretary, who is currently Chairman of the BOSE with the recommendation to withhold the result of the candidate and he sought report from the vigilance squad.
According to the compliant, the matter was processed through section of Unfair Means (UFM) and statements of the vigilance squad including the superintendent was recorded, which revealed that a Vigilance Squad headed by the Academic Officer, Ms Aliya during inspection in center no 228, the candidate bearing Roll no 228211 was resorting to unfair means.
The Crime Branch in its report submitted to the government has already indicted six officials of BOSE including the present chairman for facilitating copying of the former Education Minister’s son.
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