HED prepares preliminary report on Chohan’s son numbers increased
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – The Higher Education Department (HED) has prepared a preliminary inquiry report on the manipulation of examination numbers in the son of Punjab minister Fayyazul Hassan Chohan.
According to the sources, the report is not transparent due to the fear of the ministry in the investigation. The provincial minister was not mentioned in the report. Source also said that the preliminary report is against four top officers of Rawalpindi Board.
Mohsin Abbas, the controller of examinations, and Mohammad Tanveer Zafar, the secretary Rawalpindi Board, are responsible for manipulations of the illegally increased number of Chohan’s son.
The sources also said that the chief secretary officer and the superintendent were also responsible in the matter. The HED forwarded the preliminary investigation report to Services and General Administration Department (S&GAD).
The preliminary report demanded for complete investigation into the matter. Fayyaz Chauhan’s son’s numbers were illegally increased, while the provincial minister’s son’s physics practical numbers were increased from 14 to 30.
It is noteworthy that Fayyazul Hasan Chohan’s son, Fahad Hassan, passed the 12th class from the private college in which he got 769 marks.
After the media highlighted the matter, the Punjab minister had rejected all the allegations and said that He is ready for all types of inquiry. Now, the Inquiry report has proved that the marks of his son was increased purposely.
On Monday, the inquiry report proved proved that the marks of Fayyazul Hassan Chohan’s son in intermediate were illegally increased.
The inquiry report has been sent to the High Education secretary for taking action against head examiner Saleem Ramazan over violation in code of conduct. However the result of minister’s son has not been issued till now.
Commenting on the matter, Fayyazul Hassan Chohan said that his son has not got any position or take anyone’s right. “The issue is being scandalized only,” he added.