- ACB filed case in June on the complaint of disturbances in certain appointments of Jammu and Kashmir Bank
- According to the notice, recruitments have been found on the sayings of BJP-PDP government ministers in the investigation
- Mehbooba said- Not surprised by the notice, try to prevent mainstream leaders from uniting
Aug 04, 2019, 07:23 PM IST
Srinagar. Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has sent a notice to former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in connection with the appointments in Jammu and Kashmir Bank. In this, he has been asked whether you have ever spoken or written in writing to make his ministers recommend for appointments in the bank. It is alleged that during the BJP-PDP government in the state, the chairman of the bank had made several appointments on the advice of the ministers.
Mehbooba shared the notice on Twitter
ACB sent this notice to the PDP chief Mehbooba on Saturday. He shared it on Twitter account and wrote: "I am not surprised by the notice of anti-corruption bureau. Continuous efforts are being made to try to unite mainstream leaders. I am a very small unit which unites us today. No such strategy will work. "
According to the notice, the ACB filed a case in connection with the disturbances in the recruitment in June. It has come to light that appointments have been made to the bank on the recommendation of some ministers. The former Chief Minister has been asked for clarification in this matter.