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Influential teachers in CEO Office Kishtwar shown door
Teaching community celebrates
9/4/2018 10:01:50 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Sept 4: In a significant development, the teachers who were calling shots in Chief Education Office (CEO) Kishtwar since last one decade have been shown the door by the CEO today in a dramatic turn up after they were found indulging in manipulating the seniority list of the master grades.
As per the details available with "Early Times" CEO Kishtwar vide order No. CEO/K/2018/45686-697 Dated 4-09-2018 ordered immediate relieve of Master Grade Shanawaz Sheikh and he has been directed to report of original place of posting to GHS Lass. The said master grade teachers is said to be the kingpin who was running the affairs in CEO Office since last 10 years after it was established at Kishtwar following according the District status to Kishtwar in 2008. Prior to this posting he remains attached in ZEO Office Nagsini for eight long years and thus overall gives 18 years of his services in attachment capacity and has become unconquered following his switching from party to party and now a days is considered to be close to former BJP Minister.
Besides relieving him, Master grade Rajinder Sharma (HS Galigadh), Teacher Ajay Parihar (GHS Sangramnata) and Teacher Sumit Sharma (HS Balgaran) has also been relieved and were directed to report to original place of posting.
Moreover, the master Shahnawaz has been directed to handover the complete charge whatsoever is lying with him to Shabir Hussain, Master MS Sewa Zone Inderwal and Ashwani Sharma, Teacher ZEO Office Padder by today positively.
He also directed Ajay Parihar teacher to handover complete charge to Deepak Sharma who being as law graduate teacher I/C RTI in CEO Office Kishtwar while accountant Koushal Parihar has been directed to take over the complete charge from Master Rajinder Sharma and Teacher Sumit Sharma by today positively.
Following the development, these influential teachers tried to create unnecessary storm within the CEO Office and even refuse to vacate the office and also refuse to handover the charge following which CEO Kishtwar took up the matter with senior police officer for evacuating them.
After hearing about the summoning of the police, all the relieved teachers who are considered as "king of CEO Office Kishtwar" left the premises and handed over the documents lying under their custody before the arrival of any police team.
CEO Javed Ahmed Kichloo meanwhile directed the newly posted officials to tally the record added in case any record will found to be misplaced, they had decided to register an FIR against them in police station .
As soon as the CEO ordered the relieving of these employees, whole teaching fraternity celebrated these removals.
"It is a great decision-finally justice had been done-they make the teaching community to suffer through their writs-though it is a very late decision-but same is a welcome decision" said Mehboob Qazi.
Another Teacher Sumit Kumar said that they make the teaching community to suffer through their threatening and blackmailing approach added that whole department firmly stood behind CEO's decision.
"Change is law of nature and today teaching community has witnessed change in Kishtwar after decades-highly appreciable action on part of the department" said Farooq Ahmed.
The teaching community urged upon the Governor Satya Pal Malik and Advisor Khursheed Ahmed Ganie not to allow any role back of the order issued by the CEO with regard to reliever of these kingpin teachers under whose era the corruption runs at its peak.
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