In a crisis meeting of JNU’s Executive Council (EC) held prior, a choice was taken to suspend and start criminal procedures against an educator and some staff for “asserted misappropriation of assets”, the Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers’ Association guaranteed in an assertion.
The JNUTA on Monday asserted that the suspension of an employee on charges of monetary misappropriation of over Rs 88 lakh was “organized” by the bad habit chancellor to conceal his own “inaction” and the genuine size of monetary anomalies. In a crisis meeting of JNU’s Executive Council (EC) held prior, a choice was taken to suspend and start criminal procedures against an educator and some staff for “affirmed misappropriation of assets”, the Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers’ Association guaranteed in an assertion.
“Both misrepresentation and theft are not kidding infringement of JNU rules, yet the whole exercise, that was obviously arranged in the EC by the bad habit chancellor and whose term finished eight months prior, was only an endeavor to conceal his own inaction and the genuine size of monetary inconsistencies brought about by the organization’s wanton mis-administration of public assets throughout the most recent five years,” the assertion read.
A quick response was not accessible from the college. Explaining further, they said there was no disciplinary enquiry requested against the blamed people regardless of the proposals for the Fact-Finding Committee (FFC) comprised to examine the matter. “… the JNU EC was exhorted that the request and examination against the charged people be moved to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) and to the police. “The EC has done as such without looking at whether a particularly matter falls inside the CVC’s space.
There is additionally no lawful support for the EC treating a criminal objection and a departmental request as options in contrast to one another,” they said. The educators’ body additionally said the indications of a “conceal” are clear in the way that even as criminal cases are to be made out against distinguished JNU workers, there is no course of recognizing all the deceitful merchant organizations which have supposedly gotten installments against fashioned bills and should be criminally indicted.
They additionally asserted that no individual from the JNU EC was permitted to see even a solitary page of the Fact-Finding Committee Report. “Some monetary anomalies were there according to specific undertakings had been in the information on the organization since basically May 2021 or much prior, and the matter was examined in the Finance Committee meeting as far back as on July 6, following which the Fact-Finding Committee was established on July 7,” they said.
They said the matter was brought to the information on EC just on September 2 and that as well “just as a feature of the extra plan and not flowed well ahead of the gathering”. “For quite a long time hence, all considerations on the matter were restricted to a select gathering of college authorities who were either straightforwardly answerable for the abnormalities or were those under whose charge they happened,” they said.
The instructors likewise said that college’s money officials are designated from the Indian Audit and Accounts Services however from 2017 till date, individuals filling in as money officials have no experience or skill on the matter. They additionally asserted that the money official delegated in 2019 was unexpectedly mitigated from the work on October 5 notwithstanding having a residency of five years.