Fraudulent Selections


The Controller of Examinations of fraudulent selections in Khadi and Village Industries Board (KVIB) has issued an advertisement for filling up of 28 posts in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council, with Governor, Satya Pal Malik, seeking action and High Court staying the selection process. Abdul Majid Bhat, Secretary Law who holds Additional charge of Secretary LC, and was Controller of botched up Examinations of KVIB, interestingly has given the contract for the conduct of the examination for recruitments in the LC to M/S LM Energy and Software Pvt. Limited F-23 Green wood city Sector-46 Gurgaon Haryana. It is the same company that conducted the examination of the KVIB where relatives of politicians were appointed instead of deserving candidates. The Governor has sought clarification (No. GS - J(GR) 18/299 dated 13 September 2018) from Secretary Legislative Council on the issue.
The High Court has also stayed (No. 34577 dated 13-09-2018) the recruitment notice issued by the LC and matter is sub-judice. Law Secretary was asked by the High Court to furnish his reply on October 15 but he failed to do so and now has been asked to file it on November 5. Despite Governor seeking action and HC staying the process, the Legislative Council has gone ahead with the process of inviting on-line applications, with aspirants smelling rat and KVIB like recruitments. The 28 posts advertised are three Junior Scale Stenographers, one Translator, one Reporter, one Junior Librarian, four Pass Cum Reception Clerks, two Copyists, one Dispatch Rider, two Watch and Ward man, two Watch and Ward women, one Jamadar, nine Watch and Ward Assistants and one Sweeper. It may be mentioned here that Legislative Council made 28 appointments in 2014 and majority of them were either relatives of politicians or of their aides. Two of them who were appointed as Reporters - Mudasir Rasool Wani and Saqib -are close relatives of then Law Minister, Saifullah Mir.

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