October 20, 2020

ACB produces charge sheet in disproportionate case against JE, PHE Divn Shopian

Srinagar: The Anti Corruption Bureau(ACB) has produced Charge Sheet in the court of special judge Anticorruption Srinagar in case FIR No. 31/2012 U/S 5(1) (e) r/w 5(2) J&K Prevention of Corruption Act Samvat 2006 against Bashir Ahmad Bhat S/O Ghulam Bhat R/O Noorpora Tral A/P Post Office Land Hyderpora Srinagar, the then Junior Engineer, PHE Division Shopian. A statement issued from the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Monday reads as under :
The instant case was registered in Police Station Vigilance Organization Kashmir (now ACB) on the outcome of a secret enquiry against accused Bashir Ahmad Bhat, JE, for indulging in corrupt and illegal practices and amassing wealth disproportionate to his known source of income. The enquiry revealed that the accused had constructed a palatial house at Post Office Lane Hyderpora, House at Sidhra Jammu, & few houses at Noorpora Tral at approximately cost of Rs. 1.50 Crores. The suspect has also purchased Horticulture/Agriculture land and is in possession of movable assets including one i10 Hyundai car & one Maruti 800 Car. The assets found in possession during secret enquiry were apparently found disproportionate to the known sources of the income of Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Junior Engineer. The facts thus disclosed during secret enquiry constitute offences punishable U/S 5(1)(e) r/w 5(2) J&K P.C. Act,Svt. 2006 and accordingly a case FIR No.31/2012 under aforementioned sections of law was registered in P/S VOK (now ACB-Srinagar) and investigation was accordingly taken up. The investigation of the case was concluded as proved against the above mentioned accused. Charge Sheet (Challan) against the aforementioned accused was produced before the Court of Special Judge Anticorruption Srinagar for judicial determination. The next date of hearing is fixed on November 25.

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