Biryani Scam: Know how much biryani officials stole

Millions of rupees received for increasing the infrastructure of the players;

People have so much faith in government work that people are surprised when there is no scam in any government work. A surprising incident has come to the fore about how government money is wasted instead of reaching the general public in government work. The matter has come to the fore from the sports arena where the officials ate biryani for the money they got to increase the infrastructure of the players. After the entire matter came to light, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has registered an FIR against the officials of Jammu and Kashmir Football Association (JKFA) in connection with the misappropriation of Rs 45 lakh.

Let us tell you that in this case it is alleged that the officials of the Football Association have misused Rs 45 lakh received from the Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council. According to ACB officials, former JKFA President Jamir Ahmed Thakur, Treasurer SS Bunty, Chief Executive SA Hamid, District President JKFA Fayaz Ahmed and other members have embezzled money by preparing fake and forged bills.

The money was given for organizing football matches in tournaments like Khelo India and Mufti Memorial Gold Cup in Jammu and Kashmir. The Football Association officials paid Rs 43,06,500 to restaurants like Mughal Darbar, Polo View Srinagar in the name of serving biryani to the district team during those matches. But investigation revealed that no team was served biryani in any district of Kashmir.

A person filed a complaint that money given by the Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council and other government and semi-government agencies has been scammed. An inquiry was conducted on the basis of that complaint. Investigation revealed that all the bills contained letters from the same person, which proved to be fake bills.

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