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J&K govt terminates nine teachers from their services

The government has terminated nine teachers of School Education Department from the services for remaining absent un-authorizedly.

In the order issued by the Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK), said that these teachers have been remaining absent unauthorized from their legitimate duties.

One of the orders issued by the DSEK on Wednesday,  “A teacher (Name withheld) was appointed in the department on July-28-2017 under PM’s package and subsequently posted in middle school Moti Mohalla Zone Nishat District Srinagar.”

“The teacher continued on the post just for three months upto October-2017 and thereafter remained un-authorizedly absent from duties from November-01-2017, without completion of probation period,” it reads.

The director said that the teacher was provided enough opportunities to resume his duties by the Drawing and Disbursing officer concerned on 16/11/2017 followed by another notices on 20/01/2018 and 13/03/2018 to resume his legitimate duties but failed to do so and continued to remain absent from his legitimate duties.

“The teacher was again provided an opportunity on 09/04/2021 and 06/07/2021 (through a Joint Show cause notice) asking therein to present himself before this Directorate along with a statement of defense within a period of 10 days but the teacher didn’t respond to these notices.” It reads.

“Un-authorized absence from duties attracts action as warranted in terms of Article 128 of J&K Civil Services rules of 1956.

“The issue was placed before the Designated Committee in its meeting held on 27/10/2021 and after examining the case the committee took the decision to process for termination of his services under Article 128 of CSR Vol-I

“Now, therefore, pursuant to the decision of the committee the teacher is hereby removed from Government service in terms of Article 128 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 read with rule 30(vii) of J&KCCA Rules 1956,” it reads.

Similarly, other separate orders of termination of teachers were issued by the DSEK


Three terrorists affiliated with LeT, TRF held in J-K’s Ganderbal


Ganderbal Police along with the teams of 24 Rashtriya Rifles and 115 Batallion of CRPF on Friday arrested three terrorists who are allegedly affiliated with proscribed outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the Resistance Front (TRF), said a statement by the Indian army on Saturday.

Two pistols, three magazines, and two Chinese grenades were recovered from the accused persons, added the statement.

The three were identified as Faisal Manzoor, a resident of Braripora Shopian, Azhar Yaqoob, a resident of Zaipora, Shopian, and Nasir Ahmad Dar, a resident of Begam Kulgam, as per the statement.

“During preliminary questioning, the three revealed their affiliation with proscribed outfit LeT/TRF and indulgence in various terror-related activities in the district,” said the statement.

An FIR had been registered and further investigation is underway.



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Fresh Weather Update in Jammu Kashmir for next 48 hours: Check Here

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Fair weather with clear night sky on Saturday kept minimum temperatures below the freezing point in Kashmir and Ladakh as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast dry weather during the next 48 hours

“Weather is likely to remain dry in J&K and Ladakh during the next 48 hours as the minimum temperatures continue to remain low in the two UTs”, an official of IMD said.

Srinagar recorded minus 1.0 degree Celsius, Pahalgam minus 2.8 and Gulmarg minus 7.5 as the minimum temperature on Saturday.

Drass town clocked minus 14.4 degree, Leh minus 14.6 and Kargil minus 16.9 as the night’s lowest temperature.

Jammu city had recorded 6.9, Katra 6.0, Batote 0.9, Banihal minus 0.6 and Bhaderwah 0.6 as the minimum temperature.



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J&K Govt employee arrested for taking bribe

Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) arrested a clerk for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 2000.

A statement of ACB issued here said that it received a complaint alleging that Hilal Ahmad, a clerk at Tehsil office Singhpora, Baramulla was demanding a bribe of Rs 2000 for settling a grievance of the complainant.

It said that the complainant alleged that land measuring 1 kanal falling under survey No 193, 192, 214, 264 Intikal No 191, Khewat No 38 situated at Daslipora Pattan, Baramulla was his ancestral property and it had been grabbed by the Khatija (sister of father) of Guroo Bazar Srinagar. The statement said that for settlement of the issue, the complainant on many occasions approached revenue authorities of tehsil Singhpora but they kept on delaying the matter.


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