Srinagar, Aug 10: Crime Branch Kashmir produced a chargesheet against a Royal Springs Golf Course (RSGC) employee accused of submitting a fake date of birth certificate at the time of getting the job.
In a statement, the spokesperson CBK said that it produced the chargesheet in Case FIR No. 57/2022 of Police Station Crime Branch Kashmir against Mohammad Sidiq Qazi son of Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Qazi resident of Brein Nishat, Srinagar before the Court of Judge Small Causes Srinagar for his alleged involvement in the commission of offenses punishable under Sections 420, 468 & 471 of RPC.
“Crime Branch Kashmir received a complaint from some employees of Royal Springs Golf Course (RSGC), Srinagar alleging that the accused Mohammad Sidiq Qazi who is serving as a barman at RSGC Srinagar is actually 67 years of age and is still serving in the department. Accordingly, the instant Case was registered at P/S Crime Branch Kashmir in the year 2022 and investigation started,” the statement reads.
The statement reads that during the investigation, it came to the fore that the accused individual had submitted a fake D.O.B. certificate at the time of his initial appointment as a result of which he illegally continued to remain in service beyond his actual age of superannuation. “The chargesheet has accordingly been presented against the accused person in the court of competent jurisdiction for judicial determination.” [KNT]
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