CB Books Patwari for tempering with record

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Jammu Tawi, December 5
Crime Branch Jammu register a case against Muzaffar Hussain, Patwari now Girdawar circle Pakalan District Kishtwar for tempring the Girdwari.
According to Crime Branch complaint lodged by Sh. Ajaz Ahmed S/o Ghulam Hussain Lone R/o Mandri-Trigam District Kishtwar against Muzaffar Hussain, Patwari now Girdawar circle Pakalan District Kishtwar together with the order passed thereupon dated 17.08.2016 by the J&K State Vigilance Commission was received through Dy. Registrar, J&K State Vigilance Commission vide communication No. SVC/Complt/828/2015 dated 18.10.2016 in the Crime Branch, with the direction to register a formal case for thorough investigation.
During the course of hearing of the complaint by the State Vigilance Commission and scrutinizing the report submitted by the Additional Deputy Commissioner (District Vigilance Officer) Kishtwar it was revealed that revenue records namely Khasra Girdawri registers had been tempered from time to time, mutations under LB-6 of village Trigam and Dool had not been attested as per the requirement of the rules, additions and alterations had been made by tempering in the concerned revenue registers thereby giving benefit by showing the possession of the beneficiaries. It was also found that variations and insertions had been made in the revenue records by the Patwari namely Muzaffar Hussain who had also prepared forged and fabricated mutation No. 1355-LB-6, 1354-LB-6 and mutation No. 1479-LB-6 illegally and in order to confer undue benefits upon the beneficiaries.
From the above it transpires that Muzaffar Hussain, Patwari now Girdawar circle Pakalan District Kishtwar in connivance with the beneficiaries had tempered the revenue records/registers and had prepared forged and fabricated mutations by resorting to fraudulent means and in sheer misuse of his official position. The omissions and commissions, therefore, on the part of Muzaffar Hussain, Patwari now Girdawar circle Pakalan District Kishtwar and the beneficiaries, prima facie, constitute offences punishable u/s 420,465,466,467,468,471,120-B RPC r/w sec. 5(2) P.C Act Svt. 2006. JNF

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