30 November 2010

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Common Wealth Games - CBI Raids - CBI files case against Bhanot, Verma

Common Wealth Games - CBI Raids -
CBI files case against Bhanot, Verma

Common wealth games CBI raids on

1.Additional Director General Sangeeta Welinkar

2.Residence of former Games organising committee joint director general RK Sacheti.

3.Organising Committee (OC) Secretary General Lalit Bhanot

4.Director General VK Verma

CBI filed a case against Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Secretary General Lalit Bhanot and Director General V K Verma in connection with alleged irregularities in a contract for the CWG result update system regard to a Rs. 107 crore deal struck with a firm for results update system for the Commonwealth Games.
Premises of both Bhanot and Verma were searched by CBI.

CBI had named Patel, Mahendroo, Darbari and others under
Sections 420 (cheating), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of IPC
And Prevention of Corruption Act.

Another shameful story –

Australian contractors complained that they have not received their payments still and
Now The Australian government has asked the Govt of India to ensure the companies are paid their dues which will go up to 20 Million dollars.

Is it another corruption making in CWG luxury flats not to be auctioned?
No Auction = Corruption
Make a law and forbid such deals and transactions.
Open auction = Honesty
No Auction = dishonesty, fraud, cheating

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is planning to give away 90 per cent of the CWG flats to the same bureaucrats who could have been involved in corruption.

At present, the DDA owns over 700 flats out of the total of 1,168 flats.

As per media, only 100 flats will be auctioned to the public.
Remaining flats will be sold to Delhi Government.

Please pay attention.

Using whose money Delhi Government will purchase remaining flats?
Answer is Indian Tax payer’s money.

Once Delhi Government becomes owner of these flats what will happen ?

Is it not possible Delhi government will sell these flats to politicians at a nominal value or with the discount of 90% or 99%.

If DDA is honest they should auction all the flats for public if politicians want flat then can also bid with the public.

Jai Ho corruption Jai Ho India

Reality views by sm –
Tuesday, November 30, 2010


kiran sawhney November 30, 2010  

Sad state of corruption. I agree with you about the open auction part of the flats.

sm,  November 30, 2010  

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney,,

Renu December 01, 2010  

it is so frustrating to see the label of corruption and attitude of shamelessness on part of politicians and beaurocrats.

sm,  December 01, 2010