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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has recently filed a chargesheet against three individuals in connection with a bribery case in the Jammu and Kashmir government. The accused have been identified as Mohd Farooq Dar, former Special Secretary in the Agriculture Production Department, Sarbjit Singh, former Chief Horticulture Officer in Jammu, and Gohar Ahmed Dar, a private person.

The case was registered in April this year based on a complaint. It was alleged that Sarbjit Singh, in his capacity as Chief Horticulture Officer, demanded a bribe of Rs 10 lakh from the complainant for his posting and to resolve departmental issues, including promotion.

The CBI conducted a trap operation and arrested Sarbjit Singh and Gohar Ahmed Dar while they were demanding and accepting the bribe on behalf of the Special Secretary, Agriculture and Production Department. During the investigation, cash amounting to Rs 3.5 lakh and other property-related documents were recovered from the premises of both the accused and the residence of the Special Secretary.

The investigation revealed that Gohar Ahmed Dar acted as a middleman for the collection of bribes. It was also discovered that the Special Secretary leaked official information regarding the complainant’s transfer/posting to the middleman, who then passed it on to Sarbjit Singh.

Furthermore, it was alleged that Mohd Farooq Dar, as Special Secretary, initiated the proposal for the transfer of the complainant, disregarding the recommendation of the inquiry officer. The chargesheet has been filed against the accused, highlighting their roles in the bribery case.

The CBI’s action demonstrates its commitment to fighting corruption and ensuring accountability among government officials. The chargesheet serves as a reminder that those involved in corrupt practices will be held responsible for their actions.

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