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Lady teacher dismissed for fraud

A lady teacher who served the education department for 14 years on a fake appointment letter was dismissed by the district education officer Chiniot on the orders of the Lahore High Court. Accused Akhtar Naz daughter of Ghulam Murtaza allegedly had been appointed at Chak No 68 GB, Jarranwala, on the basis of a fake appointment letter.
She presented another fake order regarding her transfer to Loonaywala village. On the complaint of a citizen, Azam, LHC Judge Justice Azmat Saeed directed the DEO Chiniot to hold an inquiry and report to the court. During the inquiry, the appointment and transfer orders of Akhtar Naz were proven fake on which she was dismissed from service. A criminal case of fraud and return of the embezzled money received in terms of salaries is under way. She received Rs 10,000 monthly salary for 14 years.
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This led to a series of domestic quarrels between them as Nazia was always asked him to quit the immoral trade and adopt a dignified way of living. On the day of the incident, the couple had a heated discussion again following which husband picked up an axe and attacked his wife, killing him instantly.
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