More J-K govt employees likely to be fired due to alleged connection with militancy

More J-K govt employees likely to be fired due to alleged connection with militancy

Due to their “unauthorized absence,” the School Education Department terminated the services of four teachers on November 23.

More than 40 government employees likely to be terminated

Nineteen officers/officials are on the civil administration’s radar as “non-performing” but unrelated to militancy, and their records are being investigated in order to take legal action against them, according to the report.

‘Pro-militancy and under-performers not same’

They further stated that the majority of the officials under investigation for “pro-militancy activities” were from the Kashmir Valley, with a few from the Jammu area.

Intelligence agencies working to collect reports against the ‘pro-militancy’ employees

Non-performers are not the same as “pro-militancy employees”, according to the paper. These are two separate categories, but in each of them, officers/officials against whom evidence is acquired will be fired from the services.

DSEK terminated many teachers in November

Officials stated two teachers’ employment had been terminated under Article 113 of the J-K Civil Service Rules (Volume I) of 1956.

The School Education Department terminated the services of four teachers on November 23 due to their “unauthorized absence”.

The employees were reported “absent unauthorizedly” and their services were terminated, according to four different orders issued by the Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK).

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