Abid Hussain Wani
Kishtwar, April 28: In order to take action against the miscreants who were involved in vandalizing and damaging the govt property during the protest held on 27.04.2019, today DDC Kishtwar, Angrez Singh Rana suspended two govt officials for taking part in vandalizing the DC Office Complex Kishtwar here.
The officials were identified as Satya Bushan Sharma, Teacher, HS Nagbhatna presently attached in Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Kishtwar and
Tilak Raj, Forester, Nagseni, Range C/O DFO Kishtwar.
The order issued by DDC reads as, “A strong protest was held on 27-04-2019 inside DC Office Complex, Kishtwar led by members of Sanatan Dharam Sabha Kishtwar in which a large number of men and women participated.
The protestors raised slogans against the State Administration for its failure to arrest the culprits responsible behind the murder of Chander Kant Sharma and his PSO who were murdered on 09-04-2019 at District Hospital Kishtwar by some unidentified gunmen.
During the procession some miscreants broke down window and door glasses, Almirahs etc. and also damaged record files besides window panes of two vehicles of Govt. Officers in which two aforesaid govt officials were found involved in vandalizing the govt property, which amounts to grave misconduct on the part of the erring Officials and warrants the invocation of action in accordance with the provision ofJ&K (Classification, Control and Appeal Rules) of 1956 read with the J&K Govt. Employees (Conduct)
Acting tough against the erring officials DDC Kishtwar suspended Satya Bushan Sharma, Teacher, HS Nagbhatna presently attached in Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Kishtwar and
Tilak Raj, Forester, Nagseni, Range C/O DFO Kishtwar with
Further the erring officials shall remain attached in the Offices of CEO, Kishtwar and DFO, Kishtwar respectively during the suspension period.
Further, Pawan Kumar Parihar (KAS), Additional Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar appointed as an Enquiry Officer who shall conduct
discreet enquiry into the matter and furnish the enquiry report within fifteen days positively.