The Jammu and Kashmir administration has sacked 11 of its workers, together with sons of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, for allegedly working as over floor staff (OWGs) for terrorists, officers stated on Saturday. The dismissed workers are from the Jammu and Kashmir Police, the training, agriculture, ability growth, energy and well being departments, in addition to the Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), officers additional stated.

Among these sacked, Syed Ahmed Shakeel and Shahid Yousuf, are Salahuddin’s sons. While one was employed with the SKIMS, the opposite was working for the training division. Explaining their termination, officers stated the National Investigation Agency (NIA) tracked terror funding trails of the duo, and located them concerned in elevating, recovering, accumulating and transferring funds by means of non-banking transactions for terror actions of their father’s organisation.

Of these dismissed from service, 4 are from Anantnag, three from Budgam, and one every from Baramulla, Srinagar, Kupwara and Pulwama. Their dismissal came about underneath Article 11 of the Constitution, underneath which no inquiry is required, and people sacked can solely strategy a excessive court docket to hunt aid.

Officials defined how motion was beneficial in opposition to these sacked from service. “The designated committee in the Union territory, which scrutinises such cases, in its third and fourth meeting, recommended the dismissal of three and eight employees, respectively, from government service,” they defined, including that of these beneficial for dismissal within the third assembly, one was allegedly an OGW for the Lashkar-e-Taiba whereas the opposite two had been discovered concerned in “anti-national” actions.

From the eight workers beneficial for dismissal within the fourth assembly, officers stated, two had been constables within the Jammu and Kashmir Police, and allegedly offered inside data and logistical assist to the terrorists.

(With PTI inputs)


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