In Jammu and Kashmir, five government employees have been sacked by the state government. These people also include a bank manager and a policeman.
“The activities of these employees had come to the adverse notice of law enforcement and intelligence agencies, as they have been found involved in activities prejudicial to the interests of the security of the state,” the statement read.
The spokesman said that the order for the dismissal of all these five people has been given under Article 311 of the Constitution. The objectionable activities of these employees had come to the notice of law enforcement agencies.
Among those sacked are Baramulla Central Cooperative Bank manager Afaq Ahmed Wani, Jammu and Kashmir PAC constable Tanveer Salim Dar, village level worker Syed Iftikhar Andrabi, Jalshakti department watchman in Baramulla and Irshad Ahmed Khan in Handwara under PHED department. Abdul Momin Pir, posted as Assistant Lineman, is included.
said the spokesman, Tanveer Saleem Dar ‘subscribed’ to secessionist and radical ideology. He has been found involved in a number of terrorist activities and an active messenger for militant groups.
Syed Iftikhar Andrabi, has ‘worked’ as OGW for Lashkar-e-Taibe (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen. He had developed close ties with POK-based terrorists and became involved in the financing of Narco terrorism. He can be described as a double agent, as he had very close relations with Indian police agencies, the spokesman said.
Irshad Ahmad Khan has been found ‘involved’ in helping terrorists carry out terrorist activities. He has been found involved in facilitating terrorists to leave India, while Afaq Ahmad Wani has been part of a Narco Terror module.
He has recovered a large amount of cash and heroin from his possession. He is involved in the sale, purchase, transportation, storage and possession of heroin drugs, the official spokesman said.
Abdul Momin Peer, involved in the financing of the narco-terrorist, has been part of the distribution network. He has visited Pakistan in 2016 and 2017 with the aim of developing an understanding of the broader goals of the separatist terror campaigns. A huge heroin recovery has been made from his possession.
“Government has adopted a Zero tolerance policy towards anti-national elements who have been taking refuge as being associated with the Government machinery. Prior to these five dismissals, 39 government officials have been dismissed invoking provisions of Article 311 of the constitution of India. In future also the Government will not hesitate in taking stern action against these anti-national elements,” it said.
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