Saturday, February 4, 2012

Peerzada getting benefit of doubt

Getting the benefit of doubt, education minister Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, seems to have got a clean chit in the alleged copying in examination scam.

While the authorities are tightlipped about the outcome of the crime branch probe into the matter, but unofficially feelers have been send that the investigations could not find anything against Peerzada. This is because the original answer books of the 10th class examination of son of education minister are not available with BOSE as those have been sold.

If the reports doing rounding in official circles are true then the crime branch has concluded that FIR can not  be registered in the case  due to lack of  evidence (the answer books of Peerzada.)

Peerzada  is being accused of  facilitating the  success of his son in 10th class examination two years back by using the services of BOSE officials who allegedly wrote some of the answers for the student in Urdu.

The education minister had strongly denied the allegation saying it was a conspiracy by some elements who want to see him out of the cabinet. Even the BOSE chairman Sheikh  Bashir denied the allegation against BOSE official and Peerzada . He accused an official in BOSE of planting the stories in newspapers for his vested interests.

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