KARACHI: The row between Sindh Anti-Corruption Division and Board of Intermediate Schooling Karachi deepened late on Friday night time after anti-corruption officers as soon as once more reached the board workplace to research alleged end result tampering, resulting in a heated verbal change with board staff.
The anti-corruption staff earlier within the day had ended its raid after reportedly arresting one worker and seizing report. Officers had claimed to have discovered irrefutable evidences of tampering of outcomes.
The row escalated when the anti-corruption officers as soon as once more reached the Inter Board late this night time, prompting the workers to cease working as an indication of protest.
The transfer was adopted by an emergency press convention by Akhtar Ghouri, chairman Karachi Inter Board, who alleged the anti-corruption workforce of subjecting board staff to torture.
“The staff snatched away examination copies and now the complete end result has turn out to be suspicious,” he stated.
Ghouri later approached Shahrah e Noor Jahan police station to get a case lodged towards anti-corruption officers.
Anti-corruption authorities, however, remained agency on their claims of getting found over one hundred instances of outcome tampering with evidences. They feared that the pc data can be modified if the workforce was referred to as again from the board workplace.
Earlier, Sindh Minister for Schooling Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar had stated that the raid was carried out on the directives of CM Murad Ali Shah, following a collection of complaints. The intermediate outcomes wouldn’t be delayed, he had assured.
An anti-corruption courtroom on Friday had ordered to ship the underneath custody board worker, Adil Anwar, to jail on judicial remand. The courtroom, nevertheless, had expressed displeasure over delay in presenting the accused earlier than it.
Anwar was arrested on August 9 however produced earlier than the courtroom on August eleven.
On Thursday, Chairman Anti-Corruption Division, Ghulam Qadir Thebo had stated, “We now have, up to now, discovered 102 instances through which the outcomes have been tampered, together with evidences”.
The administration of the Inter Board had rejected the allegations as baseless.
The deepening row, nevertheless, appears to be jeopardizing the way forward for hundreds of scholars of the pre-medical group, whose outcomes may probably be delayed within the wake of investigations.
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