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CB charges 9 persons for fraud in securing jobs at SKIMS

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Srinagar: Economic Offences Wing of police (Crime Branch Kashmir) produced the charge-sheet against nine persons for their alleged involvement in fraudulently securing jobs in SKIMS Soura through criminal conspiracy, cheating, and forgery of certificates, official informed.

Those charged include Shakoor Ahmad Tantray, son of Mohammad Yousuf Tantray of Ponipora Kulgam; Mohammad Shahid Murtaza, son of Mohammad Shaban Dar of Wanpora Kulgam; Shazia Hassan, daughter of Ghulam Hassan of Kulpora Srandoo Kulgam; Mudasir Bashir Sofi, son of Bashir Ahmad Sofi of Noorbagh Kulgam and Shameem Ahmad Naik, son of Hamidullah Naik pf Banimullah Kulgam, who  were appointed as Nursing Orderlies subject to verification/genuineness of their academic credentials/ D.O.B. certificates, etc.

However, as per the verification report furnished by the Joint Secretary (Verification), J&K State Board of School Education, Kashmir, it transpired that the academic/D.O.B. certificates submitted by these individuals were fake and forged, officials said.

Two more individuals — Aamir Hassan Khan, son of Ghulam Hassan Khan of Badrakund Ganderbal, and Jehangir Ahmad Dar, son of Ghulam Hassan Dar of Ashmuji Kulgam, had also produced fake/forged certificates for securing the said job in SKIMS Soura.

Officials said two persons — Rashid-ul-Hassan Gojjar, son of Ghulam Hassan of Aarigutnoo Kulgam and Mohammad Akbar Lone (now deceased), son of Ghulam Rasool Lone of Gund Fatehpora Anantnag, were responsible for forging and fabrication of the marks cards for monetary considerations.

Evidence collected during investigation has established individual and collective criminal culpability and proved that offences punishable under sections 420, 468, 471 & 120-B RPC have been committed by the nine accused persons, following which a charge-report (challan) of the case was presented before the Court of Forest Magistrate, Srinagar for judicial determination, officials said.



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