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CBK files chargesheet against Kupwara resident for ‘forging documents’ to obtain govt job

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Srinagar: The Economic Offences Wing, Srinagar of Crime Branch Kashmir, produced a charge-report against a Kupwara resident who allegedly forged his education documents to obtain a government job, officials said today.

“The charge report was produced in the case FIR No. 64 of 2022 before the Court of Sub Judge Trehgam Kupwara against Qaisar-ud-Din Bajad, son of Sai Mohammad Bajad, resident of Zirhama, Marhama, District Kupwara for his involvement in commission of offences punishable under Sections 420, 468 & 471 RPC of P/S Economic Offences Wing, Srinagar (Crime Branch Kashmir),” said an official.

He said the Economic Offences Wing, Srinagar (Crime Branch Kashmir) had received a complaint alleging that Qaisar-ud-Din Bajad had managed to secure a government job as Jr. Lineman in Electric Maintenance Division Kupwara on the basis of fake and forged certificates/documents.

“Accordingly, the case was registered in P/S EOW, Srinagar (Crime Branch Kashmir) in the year 2022 and investigation started,” he said.

“During investigation it has been established that the accused availed all the benefits of a government employee after having been appointed on the basis of fake and forged certificates of 8th Class. The aforesaid acts on part of the accused individual has established cheating, fraud and forgery (offences punishable u/Ss 420, 468 & 471 RPC).”

“Investigation of the case was concluded as ‘proved’ against said accused individual and a charge-report of the instant case has been produced before the court for judicial determination.”

 

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