State Times News JAMMU: The Crime Branch Jammu on Friday booked a lecturer for issuing forging transfer and posting orders of School Education Department. As per an official spokesman of Crime Branch Jammu, a case was registered against Arfat Ahmed Khan (working as lecturer Computer Science Jakyas Doda), son of Mohd Aslam, resident of Baland Pur Tehsil Assar, District Doda and others for issuing forged and fictitious transfer/ posting orders in the School Education Department under relevant sections of law for in-depth investigation. Earlier, Director School Education Jammu has submitted a formal complaint to Crime Branch Jammu, alleging that while scrutiny, some fake and forged transfer/ posting orders of lecturers in School Education Department Jammu were noticed and it was suspected that some teaching/non-teaching staff of Department may also be involved in it and their continuance without getting identified may lead to more such cases and thus require an in-depth probe. The spokesman said, acting on complaint, the Crime Branch Jammu initiated a preliminary enquiry, during which involvement of Arafat Ahmed Khan (lecturer) has prima facie been established, for his role in issuing fake and fictitious orders of transfers/ posting in School Education Department, including his own transfer order from HSS Jakyas Doda to GGHSS Kishtwar. A FIR has been registered in this regard and further investigations are going on, he added.
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