Crime Branch books Mushtaq Peer for transferring Govt money to his personal account

Srinagar: Crime Branch Kashmir has registered another case against former tainted Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) Chairman Mushtaq Peer for transferring huge amount of money from BOPEE bank account to his personal account, an official said on Thursday.

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Mushtaq Peer, a resident of Bismillah Colony Naseemabad Sadarbal Srinagar was in news in November 2013 when he was arrested for allegedly selling Common Entrance Test (CET) papers for Rs 65 lakhs to two brokers, Sajid Hussain and Farooq Ahmed, who in turn fetched Rs 5 crores from parents of several students. There were reports that parents of some students sold their land to arrange the money.</