Srinagar, Sept 21 (UNI) The Crime Branch of the Jammu and Kashmir police have produced a challan against a police constable and a Junior Assistant in fake appointment order cases in a local court.
Officials said that Crime Branch had received a complaint from one Mohammad Hayat Panzaa, alleging that a police head constable Khursheed Ahmad took an amount of Rs 1,60,000 for providing job to his son and nephew.
Later, Khursheed handed over appointment orders purportedly issued by Secretary, Service Selection Board, Srinagar to Hayat.
However, the orders were later proved fake and subsequently a case was registered against the accused.
They said during the investigation, it came to surface that the accused had hatched a criminal conspiracy with Shafat Fazil and motivated the Hayat to pay an amount of Rs two lacs for arranging government job for his son and nephew.
However, when the accused were asked to return the money, the suspects provided cheques which were not honoured by the concerned bank.
Meanwhile, a junior assistant of libraries and research department Abdul Ahad Mir s/o Muhammad Ahsan of Gudpora Tral has gone underground after crime branch produced a challan against him for providing fake appointment orders to the two people in lieu of money.
The crime branch received a joint complaint from Ghulam Mohammad Bhat and Muhammad Akram Bhat alleging that the accused official had taken amount of Rs 50,000 and Rs 70,000 respectively from them for getting their sons appointed in libraries and research department.
During the investigation, it was established that the accused Abdul Ahad, in order to dupe the innocent unemployed youth and their parents of money, lured them by promising government jobs in the department and later gave them fake orders.