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Three officials suspended in Bandipora, disciplinary action against four doctors

TSL NEWS NETWORK

BANDIPORA, MAY 25: Three revenue officials were found unauthorizedly absent from their duties and were placed under suspension during an inspection, an enquiry has been initiated against them.

On the directions of Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, surprise inspections were conducted at several government offices in the district by Assistant Commissioner Revenue Reyaz Ahmad Beigh.

The Deputy Commissioner Bandipora has also initiated disciplinary action against four doctors who were also found absent at District Hospital Bandipora without any proper permission. The DC Bandipora directed to withhold the salary of the doctors pending an inquiry into their conduct.  Additional District Development Commissioner Bandipora will inquire into the matter and has been asked to charge sheet the officials for taking disciplinary action under the law.

The DC directed all the officials and employees working in the district to ensure punctuality in the offices.

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