Srinagar: The Crime Branch Kashmir on Monday produced chargesheet against a self-styled president of the Daily Wagers Union Jammu and Kashmir for allegedly using a fake letter-pad of the former Chief Minister of erstwhile J&K, Omar Abdullah, for regularization of the daily wage workers of Rural Development Department.
“The chargesheet in the case (FIR No. 32/2014) under section 420, 468, 471 RPC against the accused Ghulam Mohammad Wani, a resident of Anzwala Anantnag, was filed before the Court of Forest Magistrate Srinagar,” GNS quoted unnamed officials as having said.
The case was registered consequent upon a complaint received from Chief Minister’s Secretariat of the erstwhile state, regarding the use of his forged letter-pad in 2014.
“The accused had forged the signatures of the then Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. The accused also forged the signatures of the then Director Rural Development Department Jammu/Kashmir whereby he had prepared/forwarded the list of Daily Wage Workers to senior formations for their regularization, who otherwise were not existing on the rolls of [the] department,” the officials added. (GNS)