Anti-Corruption Court Sends a Suspended Education Supervisor to Jail

An anti-corruption court of Karachi probed the corruption and forgery of the provincial education supervisor and punished him for 10-years imprisonment.  A suspended education supervisor, Idrees Bughio was charged with trying to reinstate his job through the bribe and forgery orders.    

According to the prosecution, the accused has submitted a letter for the reinstatement of his job, to the Taluka Education Officer on dated 29, March 2016. The TEO verified by the director, schools, and education that the person is bogus. The director gave the orders to lodge a complaint with the provincial Anti-Corruption Establishment.

Imtiaz Ahmed Banday; the investigating officer of the ACE failed to submit a final charge sheet in court during the trial. Consequently, the court treated the interim charge sheet as final and indicted the accused, who pleaded not guilty and opted to contest.

During the proceedings, Judge noted in the order that accused denied from the entire allegations. The prosecution successfully proved him guilty with the further evidence. The Judge Iqbal Hussain Mailto sentenced the accused to three-year imprisonment for committing an offense under section 420 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC). Idrees Bughio also got fine Rs 10,000 along imprisonment. In addition, he sentenced to another three-year imprisonment for the offense under sections 468 and 471 of the PPC and also with the fine of 10,000. The court cancelled his bail and took him in the custody of jail for serving out the sentences.