Monday, March 28, 2016

Arrest warrants issued for two officials

PESHAWAR: The responsibility court on Monday issued capture warrants against the bad habit chancellor of the University of Science and Technology Bannu and the previous administrator of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Dera Ismail Khan Dr Abdur Rahim Khan for not showing up for a situation of abuse of power and degenerate practice.

The responsibility court judge, Tariq Yousafzai issued the capture warrants of Dr Abdur Rahim Khan and coordinated the agent examiner general (DIG) Kohat Division to guarantee his appearance at the following hearing.

The NAB had recorded a reference of Rs 2945,000 against Dr Abdur Rahim Khan, previous controller BISE Dera Ismail Khan Muhammad Atlas Khan, previous acting controller Amanullah Khan and previous right hand controller Wajeehuddin Ahmad.

For this situation, the NAB guaranteed that the blamed in gross infringement for tenets and regulations with intrigue of each other got applications from understudies after the due date with ordinary charge and now and again even with no expense.

It said that the answer sheets were illicitly rechecked, deceitfully commented, grant records were changed/supplanted and altered by utilizing liquid and overwriting as a part of the outcome sheets of both optional school declaration (SSC) and higher auxiliary school accreditation (HSSC) yearly examination results and re-totaling by abusing their power and in this manner stretching out unlawful advantage to non-meriting understudies.

In the clothing of re-totaling, it said, re-checking and re-stamping were wrongfully led and signs of 2394 understudies in 4140 answer sheets of SSC and HSSC were unlawfully changed/expanded.

The unlawful and degenerate practices of the denounced, it said, made grave social treachery by honoring illicit imprints non-meriting understudies who thusly denied the meriting understudies of their due rights. It said that the denounced had created Rs2945,000 misfortune to exchequer.

Independently, another responsibility court judge, Azhar Khan surrounded charges against Imdadullah (BPS-22), Director/accountable for Institute of Chemical Sciences, University of Peshawar and four others workers for professedly stealing Rs12.49 million assets.

The NAB guaranteed that over the span of examination it was uncovered that the blamed Imdadullah (BPS-22), Director/responsible for Institute of Chemical Sciences, University of Peshawar, intentionally kept up the trade book sections out a way for theft of sum.

It said that checks for immense sums were not went into these books. Interestingly, it said these checks were issued to Arif Ismail, Jalaluddin and Muhammad Ali, authorities of the office, and the same sums were then encashed.

The department guaranteed this sum was attracted different heads of records including Higher Education Commission Scholarships, Indigenous Scholarships, Private Funds and MORA Scholarships, and so on, accordingly denying the meriting understudies.