Sunday, April 1, 2012

Hand over to Defence: Court Advises Adarsh Members

Congress, NCP leaders have benami Adarsh
♦ Following HC rap, CBI produces accused IAS officers, retired senior armymen in court on Thursday; will probe proxy owners in the building

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is probing the Adarsh scam, is now unearthing benami transactions connected with the controversy-hit south Mumbai building. Sources in the CBI said there are three state politicians who are having benami flats in Adarsh — two from the Nationalist Congress Party and one from the Congress.
About a fortnight ago, CBI sleuths conducted a site visit to the controversial Adarsh Society at Cuffe Parade and also found how walls of these benami flats were broken to amalgamate them.
The payment for the flat of one of these politicians — a Congressman — was made through his son by cheque. Another politician, an NCP leader from Vidarbha, was seen attending a family function of the Adarsh promoter.
Sources in the DF government said that Maj Gen T Kaul, an accused in the scam, has already confessed to the NCP politician holding a benami flat in Adarsh.
Meanwhile, as per the directions of the Bombay High Court, a committee has been formed by the CBI, Enforcement Directorate and Income Tax to look into the benami flats jointly.
Meanwhile, the court advised the the members of Adarsh society to realise their mistake and surrender the controversial building to the Ministry of Defence, saying ‘the security of the nation is of utmost importance'.
Congress, NCP leaders have benami Adarsh
CBI investigating Pawar Pune clan
CBI to quiz Southern Command officials in Adarsh case
“Custodial interrogation [of Major General (retired) T K Kaul] revealed that some senior officials of Southern Command, Pune, while giving the reply to Parliament Question about the status of the said land were appraised and still they sent false reply that the land has never been/ was under the occupation of the Army with malafide intention. Subsequently, the officers in the chain became members of the society,” the investigating agency said in its remand application
CBI to quiz Southern Command officials in Adarsh case

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