The committee appointed in Jammu and Kashmir to review and recommend cases under Article 311 (2) (c) of the Indian Constitution recommended the dismissal of six civil servants for having links to terrorism and work as OGW.
The name of the dismissed employees is:
1.Ab. Hamid Wani R / o Bijbehara, Anant Nag (Teacher)
He was district commander of the terrorist group Allah Tigers, before serving in the government. He allegedly got the job without any selection process, leveraging the influence of Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI).
According to government sources, Hamid was a key speaker and organizer of the Chalo 2016 programs following the terrorist encounter with Burhan Wani. He was involved in the propagation of secessionist ideology.
2. Jaffer Hussain Butt R / o Kishtwar (Constable)
He was arrested by the police and charged by the NIA in FIR case No. 31/2019 u / s 392 RPC, 7/25 & 30 of Arms Act and section 16, 18, 20, 23 of UA (P) Act 1967 P / S Kishtwar.
Currently on bail since 30.09.2019. The investigation revealed that he provided his Alto car to the HM terrorists and facilitated their safe movement. The NIA indictment explains the subject’s implication.
3. Mohd. Rafi Butt R / o Kishtwar, (Assistant Junion) Roads and Construction Department
It provided logistical support to the HM terrorists in Kishtwar and provided them with a safe environment to carry out terrorist plans. He is in the FIR registered by the NIA was arrested and is currently out on bail.
4. Liyaqat Ali Kakroo R / o Baramulla (Teacher)
Appointed in 1983.
He was arrested in 2001, which revealed he was a locally trained terrorist. An explosive substance was recovered in his possession. Figure in FIR n ° 235/2001. A huge cache of weapons was recovered in his possession in 2002 and another FIR was recorded. Detained under PSA also for 02 years in 2002. Acquitted by the Court in both cases. In 2021 again, 02 grenades were recovered in his possession. The FIR has been registered.
5. Tariq Mehmood Kohli R / o Poonch (Forest Officer) Forestry Department
Involved in smuggling illegal weapons, ammunition, explosives including hard drugs and counterfeit Indian currency notes (FICN) from Pakistan. Maintained contact with active activists. He’s an OGW in police records. He was arrested in FIR case No. 26/2010 U / S 2/3 E & IMCO, 120-B, 121, 122 RPC by P / S Poonch.
6. Showkat Ahmad Khan R / o Budgam (police officer)
According to government sources, he was involved in the looting of weapons from the home of a member of the Legislative Council, with whom he remained in post as PSO.
FIR case figures 73/2018 u / s 392, 120-B RPC, 7/25 I. Act, 30 Police Act, 03 PEPO Act was registered at Rajbagh police station. Detained under the J&K Public Safety Act, 1978 on 08.08.2019.