Jun 25

Corruption Case!! BISE Rawalpindi Officials Listed on Charge Sheet By HEC!!

The five official of BISE Rawalpindi has listed on charge sheet which has issued by Corruption Case!! BISE Rawalpindi Officials Listed on Charge Sheet By HEC!! the HEC department of Punjab due to the display of fake results in the BISE Rawalpindi last year. This charge sheet has been filed according to the Act 2006 PEEDAA (Punjab Employees Efficiency, Discipline and Accountability).

The following five BISE Rawalpindi officials have been charged against the fake result,

  • Former BISE chairman Dr Muhammad Qasim,
  • Former controller Amjad Iqbal
  • System analyst Muhammad Afzal Bhatti,
  • Computer programmer Asif Masood
  • Data processing officer Muhammad Sarfraz Ahmed

 According to the charge sheet issued by the HEC all the officials have different charges related to their area of working. The BISE Rawalpindi chairman has charged due to the negligence of the objective of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-1 annual examinations 2011. The Chairman also have accused with denying to appropriately observe the Result accumulation which led to faulty results for students.

 Corruption Case!! BISE Rawalpindi Officials Listed on Charge Sheet By HEC!! The Ex controller also has charged to make the blunders regarding the preparation of HSSC Part 1 Results. He has given the assurance that all the results mentioned in the gazette was accurate and have no mistake so the remaining department didn’t check it although there was a plenty of time available to recheck it but they didn’t do so.

The programmer also has accused due to lack of interest in rechecking process and due to the appointment of Suleman Khizar as computer programmer without obtaining approval from the BISE chairman.  The system analyst has also been indicted due to negligence and misconduct by tampering with the objective papers and failing to produce an error-free result. All the officials have charged with different accusations regarding negligence of their responsibilities. From last month most of these accused officials have bailed out last month and they have been charged under the Anti-corruption court.