Four employees including doctors’ body head dismissed from service for alleged ‘anti-national’ activities

SRINAGAR (KIMS) — The Jammu and Kashmir Administration led by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has dismissed the service of four employees including doctors’ body Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) head in Kashmir region.

These employees have been dismissed from service for their alleged involvement in ‘anti-national’ activities.

According to an order, “The employees who have been dismissed from service are Dr Nisar ul Hassan, associate professor, medicine, at Government Medical College in Srinagar, Abdul Majid Bhat, a constable with J&K police, Farooq Ahmad Mir, a teacher with the education department and Ghulam Muhammad Rather, a laboratory bearer in the higher education department.”

The order stated, “The Lieutenant Governor of J&K Manoj Sinha was satisfied that after considering the facts and circumstances of the case and on the basis of the information available that their activities are such as to warrant their dismissal from service under Article 311 (2) (c) as the activities of these employees warrant their dismissal from services, without any enquiry.”

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has dismissed service of more than 50 employees in last three years by invoking Article 311 (2) (c) of the Constitution of India for their alleged involvement in ‘anti-national’ activities. — (KIMS)