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MBBS Seat Selling Issue: Hurriyat leader and eight others accused of selling MBBS seats in Pakistan, charge sheet disclosed promoting terrorism

Highlights

  • Special Investigation Agency of Jammu and Kashmir Police filed first charge sheet against 9 people
  • The money received by selling the seats of the institutions of Pakistan was used to spread terrorism.
  • CIA has also filed a charge sheet against the radical Hurriyat Conference leader in the case

Srinagar
The Special Investigation Agency (SIA) of the Jammu and Kashmir Police has filed its first charge against nine people, including a Hurriyat leader, in a case related to ‘selling’ MBBS seats in Pakistan to Kashmiri students and using the money to fund terrorism. Letter filed. Officials gave this information on Thursday.

A case in this regard was registered by the Counter Intelligence Kashmir (CIK), a branch of the Crime Investigation Department (CID) of the police, in July last year after receiving information through credible sources. In this, many people, including some Hurriyat leaders, in connivance with some educational advisors, sold MBBS seats in Pakistan and seats in other professional courses in colleges and universities. CIK is now renamed to SIA.

SIA filed charge sheet
The SIA filed a charge sheet in the court against the president of the Salvation Movement, a constituent of the radical Hurriyat Conference, Mohammad Akbar Bhat alias Zafar Akbar Bhat. Others named in the charge sheet are Abdul Jabbar, Fatima Shah, Altaf Ahmed Bhat Qazi Yasir, Mohammad Abdullah Shah, Sabzar Ahmed Sheikh, Manzoor Ahmed Shah, Syed Khalid Geelani and Mohammad Iqbal Mir of Mahaz Azadi Front. They have been accused of selling seats.

Relatives of dead terrorists used to get seats
The SIA said oral, documentary and technical evidence was collected during the investigation. The analysis revealed that seats related to MBBS and other professional degrees were given to students who were close family members or relatives of the slain terrorists. Evidence was also presented that the money from the sale of seats was used for activities that supported programs related to terrorism and separatism. The money was also used to create unrest after the killing of banned Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani.

First charge sheet filed in the case of selling the seats of Pakistani institutions to the youth of Kashmir

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