3-Govt employees sacked for anti-national activities

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SRINAGAR, July 17: The Jammu and Kashmir administration terminated the Kashmir University public relations officer, a police constable and a revenue department officer for allegedly working with Pakistan-based militant outfits, raising finances for them, and propagating their ideology, officials said on Monday.

The three employees have been identified as PRO Kashmir University, Faheem Aslam, Revenue Department officer, Murawath Hussain Mir, and J-K Police Constable Arshid Ahmad Thoker.

The officials said their services have been terminated due to a number of charges, including for allegedly working with Pakistan-based militant outfits, providing logistics to militants, propagating militant ideology, raising finances for militancy and “furthering secessionist agenda”. The government has invoked 311 (2) (c) of the Constitution to sack the three government employees after investigation established “that they were acting on behalf of Pakistan ISI and the terror outfits”.

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