A SOCIAL worker suspended over the Sanam Navsarka case has been reinstated.
The Deighton two-year-old, inset, died in 2008 after suffering more than 100 injuries.
Sanam’s mother Zahbeena Navsarka and her partner Subhan Anwar were both jailed for their roles in the little girl’s death.
Social worker Judyth Kenworthy was suspended for two years in January after the General Social Care Council found she had made a “conscious decision” to omit key evidence from police during the investigation.
But a Kirklees Council spokesman said last night: “We are aware that Ms Kenworthy’s suspension has been revoked.
“This decision was taken by the Care Standards Tribunal, a national body which handles such appeals”.