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Six employees suspended for violating poll code in Bandipora

SRINAGAR

Authorities suspended three government school teachers among six employees for violating model code of conduct in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district.

An official spokesman said that Deputy commissioner Shahbaz Ahmad Mirza who is also the District election officer (DEO) ordered the suspension of six employees for allegedly violating the model code of conduct.

The suspended employees are: Abdul Raouf Shah (ReT zone Gurez), Istiyaq zaibullah lone (RRT zone Gurez), Tariq Ahmad Wani (Sr.Asstt. Agriculture Department SDAO Office Sumbal, Irshad Ahmad Mir (X-Ray Technician SDH Dawar), Fayaz Ahmed Malik (Master girls high school Nadihal and Tanveer Ahmad Sheikh (Forest Protection Watcher).

“As recommended by the MCMC Committee pending Enquiry into the matter, six officials are placed under suspension with immediate effect, ” reads the order issued by Bandipora admin.

It further reads that additional district development commissioner Bandipora will conduct an in-depth inquiry into the conduct of the officials and submit his report for taking further disciplinary action against these employees.

“The officials shall remain attached with their respective district head offices,” it reads.

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