J&K Lieutenant Governor terminates 4 employees linked to Pakistan ISI

J&K Lieutenant Governor terminates 4 employees linked to Pakistan ISI

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has dismissed four employees for their connections with Pakistan's ISI and terrorist groups. This decision aligns with the government's zero-tolerance policy on terrorism.

Story highlights
  • Four J&K employees terminated for ISI, terrorist links
  • Decision based on substantial evidence from investigation
  • Part of zero-tolerance policy on terrorism

Jammu and Kashmir's Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has taken decisive action in the interest of state security by terminating the services of 4 employees. The decision came after a thorough investigation revealed their involvement in activities on behalf of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and terrorist organizations operating in the region.

Law enforcement and intelligence agencies, in a joint effort, gathered substantial evidence against these employees, indicating their ties to Pakistan ISI and terrorist outfits. The incriminating material collected during the investigation left no room for doubt about their nefarious activities.

This move is part of the government's zero-tolerance policy towards terrorism and anti-national activities. According to government sources, LG Manoj Sinha has taken similar actions in the past, terminating more than 50 employees found to be working in collusion with terrorist organizations and Pakistan ISI.

Edited By: sanchayaita roy
Published On: Jun 08, 2024