Srinagar, Nov 18: The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday filed chargesheet against former Deputy General Managers and other officials of Jammu And Kashmir Projects Construction Corporation Limited (JKPCC) in fake appointment case.
An official spokesperson said that ACB produces Charge Sheet against Mohammad Maqbool Shah, Manzoor Ahmad Matoo, Abdul Majid Khan, the then Deputy General Managers, and other officials of JKPCC, including Nissar Ahmad, the then Administrative Officer and Mohammad Amin Dar the then Establishment Clerk in fake appointment of Mohammad Shafi Shah, the then Assistant Manager, JKPCC.
“The ACB produced Charge-Sheet in case No FIR 07/2011 u/s 5(1) (d) r/w 5(2) Jammu & Kashmir Prevention of Corruption Act Svt 2006 & Sections 420,467,468,471 & 120-B RPC of P/S VOK Now ACB in the Anti Corruption Court Anantnag against,” he said.
He said the instant case was registered on the basis of outcome of the verification conducted by ACB into the allegations that Mohammad Shafi Shah had forged his academic and technical qualification certificates and got employment in JKPCC in the year 1987 and also got promoted, thereafter as Assistant Manager in June 2000.
“The accused managed eight increments against a fake High Court order,” he said.
“Verification revealed that he had forged the matriculation certificate shown to have been issued by J&K State Board of the School Education under Serial No. 3947 bearing Roll No. 3310, Session April 1984, showing his date of Birth as 08-12-1964 and used the same for obtaining employment in JKPCC,” he said.
Moreover, he said the accused had also forged his BSc Certificate, which was fake and had not been issued by the VC, University of Kashmir.
He has forged Diploma certificate in Civil Engineering shown issued under Serial No. 000947, bearing Roll No. 23101 by Vice Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh, Takniki Shiksha Board, Dharamshala (HP), which too was fake. Further, the accused had forged a Degree Certificate AMIE in Civil Engineering from the institution of Engineering (India), Gokhle Road, Kolkata.
“Accordingly case FIR No. 07/2011 U/S 5(1)d r/w 5(2) PC Act 2006 and section 420,467,468,471,120-B RPC was registered in Vigilance Organization, Kashmir (Now ACB) and investigation taken up,” he said.
He said the Investigation of the case was concluded as proved against the aforementioned accused public servants for launching prosecution and the chargesheet of the case was produced in the court of Law.
“Next date of hearing has been fixed on December 28, 2020,” the spokesperson added.
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