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J&K Govt sacks four employees on anti-national charges

J&K Govt sacks four employees on anti-national charges

The administration of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has sacked four employees accused of being involved in anti-national activities.

The J&K government has sacked four employees under Article 311 of the Indian Constitution for their involvement in anti-national activities.

According to the sources, the activities of these employees would have come to the adverse knowledge of law enforcement and intelligence agencies, since they have been found involved in activities detrimental to the interests of State security.

The four were fired for allegedly having links to forces working against India and spreading malicious propaganda, authorities said.

They have been fired under section 311 of the Constitution, which allows the government to fire its employees without any investigation.

Syed Abdul Mueed, son of Salahuddin (Syed Mohd Yusuf) and Manager (Information and Technology) in the Department of Trade and Industries, is among the dismissed employees.

He is the third son of the Hizb chief who has been fired from his government job. Syed Ahmed Shakeel and Shahid Yusuf were sacked last year.

According to officials, Mueed was allegedly found to have participated in three terror attacks at the Jammu and Kashmir Business Development Institute (JKEDI) compound at Sempora in Pampore and his presence at the institution has led to increased sympathy for the forces. secessionists.

Assabah-ul-Arjamand Khan, the wife of Farooq Ahmed Dar alias ‘Bitta Karate’ and a Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service (JKAS) officer from the 2011 batch, was allegedly found involved in providing false information to obtain a passport.

She is alleged to have ties to foreign individuals who have been indexed by Indian security and intelligence to be on ISI payrolls. Her involvement in transporting money transfers to fund anti-India activities in Jammu and Kashmir was also reported, the officials said.

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‘Bitta Karate’ has been in Tihar prison since 2017 in a case related to the financing of terrorism. He was also involved in the murders of various members of the minority community in the early 1990s.

Dr. Muheet Ahmad Bhat, stationed as a scientist in the Graduate Department of Computer Science at the University of Kashmir, was also dismissed from the Government. It is alleged that he was found involved in propagating a secessionist and terrorist agenda in the university by radicalizing students to further the program and agenda of Pakistan and its proxies.
Majid Hussain Qadri, a senior assistant professor at the University of Kashmir, is alleged to have a long association with terrorist organizations, including the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba. He had previously been booked under the strict Public Security Law and is listed in several FIRs related to various terrorism cases.

Around 40 employees have been laid off so far from government services in Jammu and Kashmir.

Prominent among them are Salahuddin’s two sons and tainted Police Deputy Superintendent Devender Singh (now retired), who was caught with a highly wanted terrorist and two others along the Srinagar-Jammu national highway.

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