- Screws in Azam Khan on the Jal Board scam
- Azam Khan appears in CBI court
- Jal Nigam Recruitment Scam in SP Government
SP MP from the problems of Rampur Azam Khan is not taking the name of decline in the government of the BJP. Azam Khan was brought before the Lucknow CBI court on Monday in the Jal Nigam recruitment scam case from Uttar Pradesh. Azam Khan was brought to Lucknow from Sitapur Jail.
SIT has filed a charge sheet against 8 individuals, including Azam Khan, in the Jal Nigam recruitment scam. After the presentation of the charge sheet, it is necessary for the defendant to appear in court to start the trial, so Azam Khan appeared in court on Monday. A copy of the charge sheet was delivered to Azam Khan at the CBI court and together with it it was ordered that the next hearing will now take place via video conference from Sitapur jail.
The recruitment scam of Jal Nigam during the tenure of Azam Khan, who was the president of Jal Nigam in the SP government, is going to start the trial in court. Azam Khan was summoned from Sitapur jail to the Lucknow Special Anti-Corruption Court. The trial process began by handing over a copy of the charge sheet to Azam Khan. Azam Khan will join the next hearing on November 29 via video conference.
what was the whole thing
Let us tell you that this whole thing is a scam in the recruitment of Jal Nigam in the government of Akhilesh Yadav. At that time Azam Khan was the president of Jal Nigam, for which he was indicted in it. UP Jal Nigam has hired 1,342 positions, including 122 assistant engineers, 853 assistant engineers, 335 secretaries and 32 stenographers. There was a complaint of scam regarding these recruits. When the BJP government came to power in Uttar Pradesh in March 2017, an investigation was ordered and 122 contracted engineers were laid off from service.
The SIT filed an FIR in this case on April 25, 2018. Girish Chand Srivastava, Vishwajit Singh, Neeraj Malik, Ajay Yadav, Santosh Rastogi, Roman Fernandes and Kuldeep Singh Negi were appointed to the FIR along with Azam Khan, President of Jal Nigam.
During the SIT investigation, it was found that all recruiting rules were held in abeyance to employ favorites. In such a situation, numbers were arbitrarily given from the written exam to the interview. During the investigation, the SIT obtained all the evidence that indicated the operation of the then agents. Typically, the answer key is uploaded to the website after the written exam. Jal Nigam also signed an agreement with the Mumbai-based company for this, but the company did not upload the answer key.
SIT, in its investigation report, said that the company did not follow the examination procedures followed in JEE Mains and JE Advanced or GATE. This raises questions about the written exam, 106,770 candidates participated in the administrative exam, of whom only 335 passed.
In the investigation, the SIT suspected that the evaluated answer sheet was genuine or not, it could not even be confirmed. Currently, the SIT has filed a charge sheet in this case in the sections of fraud, conspiracy, preparation of forged documents and destruction of evidence. The next hearing on this matter will be held on November 29.