Tamil Nadu: CBI held searches today, at 3 locations in Chennai&Ramanathapuram in connection with alleged irregularities in Wakf Board. It registered a case against sitting AIDMK MP A. Anwhar Raajhaa & then Secretary&Correspondent, Jamal Mohideen of MSS Wakf Board College,Madurai.
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He was also the Secretary and correspondent of the Board’s college, in Chennai.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered an FIR against Jamal Mohideen, the then secretary and correspondent of MSS Waqf Board College and unknown others.
A CBI Official said that, “It was alleged that assistant lecturers not having requisite qualifications as per the University Grants Commission rules were appointed against payment of illegal gratification of Rs.30-35 lakh. Amounts were also misappropriated from the accounts of Waqf Board College.”
The Official, also said that the searches were carried out on the establishments of Mr. Mohideen in Madurai and that of Mr. Raajhaa in Chennai and Ramanathapuram.
The Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) alleges that money was demanded from students, for the purpose of admission, and also from the staffers who were about to retire, for processing their papers.
The High Court had issued the orders while hearing a petition filed by B. Sardar Basha.
B Sardar Basha, a member of the General Body of the college alleged irregularities in the recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff.