KL NEWS NETWORK
The district administration Kupwara Monday suspended five government employees for allegedly provoking youth to take part in stone pelting.
The order issued by the deputy commissioner Kupwara, Rajeev Ranjan said that five government employees were provoking youth to take part in the stone pelting that occur in the district from past several days. “The involved government employees have been suspended vide order number 11-DCK/ADM of 2016,” he said.
The government employees were identified as Ghulam Rasool Shah, a teacher in Government Higher Secondary School Maidanpora Lolab, Farooq Ahmad Bhat, a teacher in Govt Middle School Dardpora, Mohi-ud-din Rather, a mechanic, Posting Pump Shed Natnusa, Ahad Bhat, Peon in Govt Higher Secondary School Lalpora, and Hussam din Shah, Peon in Govt Degree College Sogam.
The deputy commissioner said that Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Lolab has been appointed to conduct an inquiry viz-a-viz government employee’s role in provoking the youth. “The magistrate is going to submit the report before me within 15 days time.”