Police register case against ex-BDO, others
FRAUD IN IAY
Srinagar, Nov 18: Police has filled a case against an ex-Block Development Officer (BDO) of Khag Budgam, Panchayat members and others for “embezzlement of funds” under the central- sponsored scheme Indra Awas Yojna (IAY).
The residents in their complaint had said that “the BDO had allotted residential houses under IAY to blue-eyed persons who belong to Above Poverty Line (APL) which is against the provisions of the scheme. Some of the addresses on which BDO has released money do not exist at all.”
The residents also alleged issuance of houses in favour of APL families. “A beneficiary is serving in army and his father is serving in Public Health Engineering (PHE) department. It is gross violation in the execution of the IAY scheme,” they alleged.
The residents alleged that there are at least 200 cases in Khag in which money has been released in favour of ‘non-existing names.’ “Cheques have been drawn in the name of beneficiaries who don’t exist. Any investigative officer can verify it by checking contingency register lying in the office of BDO Khag.”
Police has registered a case under section 420 (RPC) under FIR no 80/2012 in police station Budgam.
The accused include Ex BDO Khag Budgam, Muhammad Ashraf Deju, Mushtaq Ahmed Mir, Village Level Worker (VLW) of ShangliPora, Mushtaq Ahmed Mir, Panchayat member of ward number 6 of Shanglipora, Abdul Rashid Parry, a school teacher Mashoor Ahmed Banday.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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