‘Militancy link’: KU PRO among three employees sacked by J-K govt
The J-K government on Monday terminated three government employees for having “links with militant outfits”.
The three employees include Public Relations Officer (PRO) of University of Kashmir Faheem Aslam, Revenue Department officer, Murawath Hussain Mir and Police constable Arshid Ahmad Thoker.
The trio have been terminated from the service for actively working with Pakistani militants outfits, providing logisticstoo militants, propagating militant ideology, raising militancy finances and furthering secessionist agenda.
Official sources said that the government has invoked 311 (2) (c) of the Constitution of India to sack the three government employees after painstaking investigation clearly established that they were acting on behalf of Pakistan ISI and the militant outfits
With the latest order of termination of three government, the count has climbed to 52 officers who have been sacked for their “link with militant outfits”. (KNO)