On October 16th, the Economic Offences Wing and the Crime Branch of Jammu filed charges against the accused father-son combo (1). Mukhtyar Ahmed, son of Bashir Ahmed, resident of the village of Sunderpur Tehsil, R.S. Pura Administrative Post, Rajiv Nagar, Nirwal Bala Jammu (2) Bashir Ahmed Son of Kasim Din Resident of Village Sunderpur Tehsil R.S Pura District Jammu in Case FIR No. 26/2023 U/S 420/467/468/471/120-B/ RPC P/S Crime Branch Jammu for their involvement in hatching a criminal conspiracy in forging or preparing a false school leaving certificate and managing a government job in the Power Development Department of J&K and thereby causing losses.
A written complaint was filed by one Sarfarz Ahmed S/o Bashir Ahmed of Village Sunderpur, Tehsil R.S. Pura District Jammu. In the complaint, the complainant alleged that the school leaving certificate issued in favour of accused Mukhtyar Ahmed S/o Bashir Ahmed in the year 1979 was not genuine and admission No. 1311 existed in the name of one Sarfarz Ahmed S/o Bashir Ahmed. The brief facts of the case are as follows: a written complaint
Following the receipt of the complaint, a preliminary verification was carried out, and it was found that the claims had sufficient evidence to support them. As a result, the case was subsequently registered for further in-depth examination. Circumstantial and other material evidence was gathered against the accused, and it was discovered that the accused, Mukhtyar Ahmed, in connivance with his father, hatched a criminal conspiracy by forging or preparing a fake document in order to seek a government job. Relevant records were obtained or seized from the concerned school and power development department of J&K; statements of witnesses were recorded; and circumstantial and other material evidence was gathered against the accused.
As a result, the accused has been shown to be guilty of the charges specified in sections 420/467/468/471/120-B/RPC, and a charge sheet has been presented to the court so that it may make a decision on the case.