Take appropriate measures on forged documents: HC to AMU
Aligarh: The Allahabad Hight Court has directed the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) to "take appropriate measures" regarding alleged submission of forged documents by a large number of university employees at the time of their appointments.
Justice Arun Tandon`s judgement came earlier this week on
a petition filed by a University employee Naseem Ali Khan
alleging "re-engagement and continuance of persons who had
submitted forged documents for obtaining appointment in the
University and whose appointment was earlier terminated for
The judgement states that the re-engagement of these
employees by the University virtually amounts to perpetuation
"Appropriate action is being taken on the directives of
the court and all relevant documents will be presented before
the court on July 12," University`s official said.
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