Invigilators for not allowing his son to cheat

KARACHI:11 May:A man believed to be a Rangers inspector manhandled invigilators during an intermediate exam under way at a government college in Karachi on Wednesday for not allowing his son to cheat.
“At first we did not know that he was a Rangers officer because he was in plainclothes,” Government Premier College, North Nazimabad principal Ahsan Khursheed told The Express Tribune.

The principal said the man tried to provide “cheating material” to his son and identified himself as Rangers Inspector Imran. “When the invigilators tried to stop him, he started abusing and hitting them,” he added.

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“Inspector Imran attacked professors and other invigilators before students managed to subdue him and handed him over to the police,” said Khursheed.

The principal said the college administration then approached the Hyderi police station where they submitted a complaint against the Rangers officer.

“But the police after taking him away neither locked him up, nor registered a case against him,” he added.

The Hyderi police confirmed that they had not registered a case so far. They also maintained that nobody had approached them for this purpose.

“Yes, this incident has occurred but I can’t register a case until someone approaches me to lodge it,” Hyderi SHO Raja Zulfiqar told The Express Tribune. “I can’t register a case on the behalf of the state. It can only be registered if a private complainant approaches us,” he added.

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The principal, however, said he had a copy of the complaint registered with the Hyderi police station.

The Rangers spokesperson, when contacted, was unavailable for comments. However, a source in the paramilitary force said departmental action would be taken against the officer. “I don’t know what will actually happen now after this incident,” said Pervez Suhair, the secretary for college education, adding that the intermediate board administration should be asked about this.

Sources privy to the development revealed that a heavy contingent of the paramilitary forced converged outside the police station where the college administration had rushed to register the complaint.Express News.