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PTI minister Gandapur exchange harsh words with Board controller

PTI minister Gandapur exchange harsh words with Board controller
April 19, 2017

DERA ISMAIL KHAN, 19 April: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Revenue Ali Amin Gandapur, after visiting the office of the BISE, Dera Ismail Khan, exchanged harsh words with the controller of examination, who is being accused of taking bribes in awarding examination duties to teachers.
According to officials of the board, Ali Amin visited controller examination Ahsan Ali office last day and misbehaved with him. His exchange of harsh words also captured in a video viral on social media. Video shows Ali Amin forcing Ahsan Ali to take oath on Quran that he didn’t take any bribes in awarding examination duties.
The video further shows that controller is taking oath that he didn’t take or make any money in awarding examination duties.
According to board officials, Ali Amin was accompanied by the PTI district councillor Tahir Zaman, Amir Mehsud, and personal secretary of Ali Amin, Latif Niazi.
According to sources, the employees of the board later kept Ali Amin locked along with his supporters in the chairman office. However, they were released after interference of DSP.
On the other side, Ahsan Ali also blamed that minister levelled allegation against him after he refused to award examination duties to his blue-eyed teachers.
To denounce Ali Amin act, government employees of the all departments in the district announced to hold a protest demonstration in Degree College on Thursday.


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