Abid Rashid Baba
Police filed charge sheet against the Treasurer of St Joseph Higher Secondary School, a missionary institution in Baramulla, for allegedly withdrawing 42 lakh fraudulently from CP Fund account of the school employees.
The accused treasurer identified as Javed Ahmad Wani S/O Ghulam Muhammad Wani, of Delina, Baramulla was arrested in October this year and an FIR No. 139/012 under sections: 406, 420, 467, 468 and 471 was lodged against him in police station Baramulla.
SSP Baramulla, Anant Jain confirmed the filing of charge sheet against the accused. “We have collected a lot of evidence and have finally filed a charge sheet,” SSP said.
Giving details of the case, a police Baramulla spokesman said “On 12 July 2012, Principal St Joseph Higher Secondary School lodged a complaint alleging that while scrutinizing CP Fund accounts of the school staff huge discrepancies have come to fore.”
“A special investigation team (SIT) was constituted under the supervision of Dy SP headquarter Baramulla,” he added. SIT seized the documents/withdrawal forms, paying-in-slips from J&K Bank Branch Baramulla.
During the investigation, it came to light that CP Fund was withdrawn by the accused by forging signatures of the principal and staff members.
After completing the investigations, charge sheet was filed on Saturday, December 15, against the accused in the court of law.