CBK chargesheets MP resident for cheating people on pretext of providing overseas jobs
Five more charged in another case of cheating state exchequer
Srinagar: The Economic Offence Wing of Crime Branch Kashmir(CBK) on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against an accused for extracting “huge amounts” of money on the pretext of false hopes of providing “outside country jobs”.
“A charge sheet was filed in a case under FIR No. 21/2014 U/S 420 RPC of Police Station Crime Branch Kashmir against Syed Anas Ahmad, son of Syed Mansoor Ahmad, resident of Ward No. 23, H. No. 04 Mehandiwali Gali, Taliya Chowki Bhopal, M.P. (Pin 462001) / A/P Mumbra, Mumbai, before the Court of 13TH Finance Srinagar,” CBK spokesperson said in a statement.
He said the case had been registered upon a written complaint, wherein it was alleged that the “complainant was dealing with ‘manpower recruitments’, during which the complainant came in touch with the accused and paid him huge amount on the pretext of providing a job/employment orders outside the country, “but neither the employment was provided nor the money was returned to the complainant,” the spokesperson said.
“During the course of the investigation, offense under section 420, RPC have been found established against the accused and accordingly charge sheet produced before the Court of 13TH Finance Srinagar,” the spokesperson said.
In a separate press release, it was informed that CBK filed a charge sheet in case FIR No. 28/2017 U/S, 409, 420, 468, 471,201,120-B RPC in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Srinagar against five accused persons for hatching a criminal conspiracy in league with each other and resorting to cheating, criminal breach of trust, forgery and destruction of records, thereby causing wrongful gain to the accused (now deceased) against the corresponding wrongful loss to the state exchequer.
The case had been registered upon receipt of a written communication from Chief Education Officer, Bandipora, wherein it was alleged that Ex-orincipal Government Higher Secondary School, Bandipora name withheld (deceased) has produced a court order for the release of pension gratuity with interest, issued by the J&K High Court, Srinagar, wherein it was directed to get the case of petitioner examined.
The examination of service records of the said principal revealed that the records regarding his retirement and date of birth were dubious, as two dates of retirement 31.07.2005 and 31.07.2009 came to the fore as revealed from the personal pension order ( PPO) and service book respectively.
Further, the PPO mentions the date of birth as 20.07.1947 and the Service book reveals it as 20.07.1951. The matter was forwarded to CEO Bandipora who sought a report from Principal Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Bandipora and during verification, it came to the fore that the said suspect has drawn his leave salary twice — in year 2006 (Rs 1,28,500 for the 188 days) and in 2016 (Rs 4,09734 for 212 days), the spokesperson said.
He said the second leave salary has been drawn by the suspect on the basis of the production of a fake order purportedly shown to have been passed by the High Court of J&K at Srinagar.
Accordingly, Case FIR No. 28/2017 was registered, and during the investigation, offences under section 409, 420, 468, 471, 201, 120-B RPC were found established against the deceased beneficiary and four others including Mohammad Yousuf Malla, son of Abdul Gaffar Mala of Gund Dachna Bandipore; Hameedullah Mir, son of Mohammad Ramzan Mir of Ward No.03 Plan Bandipore; Zahoor Ahmad Shah, son of Ghulam Hassan Shah of Nishat Srinagar, and Muneera Rasool, wife of Farooq Ahmad Sheikh, resident of Karan Nagar Doodh Ganga, Srinagar, the spokesperson said.