STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: The Anti-Corruption Bureau on Friday filed a chargesheet indicting 20 persons including 18 government officials in a fake appointment case in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, a spokesman of the anti-graft body said. Anti-Corruption Bureau produced charge-sheet before the Court of Special Judge Anti-Corruption Baramulla in case FIR No 11/2010 of Police Station ACB under Section 5(2) of Jammu & Kashmir Prevention of Corruption Act, Samvat 2006 r/w Section 420, 467, 468, 471,120-B RPC against Syed Mohammad Amin Shah, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Baramulla; Ghulam Mohammad Dar, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Baramulla; Abdul Samad Waza, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Baramulla; Ghulam Nabi Sheikh, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Baramulla; Ghulam Qadir Bhat, the then Executive Engineer PHE Division Tangmarg; Ghulam Mohiudin Rather, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Baramulla; Mohammad Amin Rather, the then Executive Engineer, PHE Division Tangmarg; Ghulam Hassan Ganaie, the then Executive Engineer, FBI Division Tangmarg; Syed Ali Shah, the then Senior Assistant, FBI Division Tangmarg; Abdul Rashid Rather, the then Bill Clerk, FBI Division Tangmarg; Mohammad Amin Rather, the then Bill Clerk, FBI Division Tangmarg; Farooq Ahmad Wani, the then Bill Clerk FBI Division Tangmarg; Ghulam Nabi Malla, the then Head Assistant, FBI Division Tangmarg; Khazir Mohammad War, the then Junior Assistant PHE Baramulla; Mohammad Shafi Bolaki, the then AAO, PHE Division Baramulla; Rajinder Singh, the then Fitter PHE Division Baramulla; Nazir Ahmad Ganaie, the then Junior Assistant, PHE Baramulla; Hafizullah Mir, the then Khalasi PHE Division Baramulla; Zahoor Ahmad Bhat (Accused beneficiary) and Manzoor Ahmad Malik (Accused beneficiary).
The charge sheet was filed in a nine-year-old case related to fake appointments in Public Health Engineering (PHE) division Baramulla and Ferozpora Basin Irrigation (FBI) division, Tangmarg, said the ACB spokesperson.
The probe report was filed in the court of special judge trying cases under the Prevention of Corruption Act, the spokesman added.
He said the accused included 12 former officials of PHE’s Baramulla division comprising seven executive engineers and six former officials of the FBI division including an executive engineer besides two beneficiaries.
He said former Executive Engineer Syed Mohd Amin Shah of PHE’s Baramulla division had forwarded the basic daily wagers list to the then PHE chief engineer, wherein, the accused beneficiaries — Manzoor Ahmad Malik and Zahoor Ahmad Bhat — were not figuring and has initiated the service books of the illegal beneficiaries at a later stage after a gap of 12 years.
“It has become the basis for the illegal beneficiaries to get themselves adjusted and later regularized as helpers in the department,” the spokesman said.
He said the accused public servants have done such illegal act fraudulently and dishonestly with the knowledge that the accused beneficiaries were neither working as daily rated casual workers nor were falling within the ambit of government order for regularization of their services in 1996.
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