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JAMMU: Crime Branch Jammu has booked officers and staff of Jammu University, J&K Bank Branch New University campus Jammu along with promoters of private colleges for running a large racket of fake receipts for fraudulent deposit and withdrawal of examination fees of colleges, through fraud, forgery, cheating and misuse of their official positions.As per an official spokesperson of Crime Branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police, an FIR has been registered for in-depth investigation under relevant provisions of IPC against erring officers /officials of some institutions who, during enquiry, were found to be involved in fraudulent deposit and withdrawal of nomination fee. The institutions include Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education Kathua and Vivekananda College of Education Lakhanpur and their employees namely Ashwani Kumar Khajuria of Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education and Vijay Kumar of Vivekananda College of Education and also employees of Jammu University namely Abdul Gafoor, B&F Section, Yogeshwar Singh, Senior Assistant, Examination Prof-II Section, Pardeep Kumar, UG Section (4) Sunil Kumar, MDP Section and some officers/officials of J&K Bank Branch, New University Campus, Jammu. During enquiry prima facie offences punishable under Sections 420, 465, 467, 468, 471 & 120-B of IPC have been found to be made out against them. The CB further added that a written communication was received in Crime Branch, Jammu and a formal case has been registered under relevant sections of law for in-depth investigation.
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