CBI registers fourth case linked to25,000- crore Roshni land fraud
It’s in pursuant to J&K HC order to probe declared involvement of public servants and others in getting government land.
It’s in pursuant to J&K HC order to probe alleged participation of public servants and others in getting government land.
The CBI has registered yet another case in connection with the25,000- crore Roshni land fraud, pursuant to the Jammu and Kashmir High Court order to penetrate the supposed involvement of public servants and others in getting federal government land.
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The order had noted that during confirmation, records of a few randomly picked cases were examined and it was discovered that the Profits Department, Jammu, officials had extended favours to the prohibited occupants in vesting the ownership rights. They did not keep a correct record of possession.
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The payment rates were not fixed by the Cost Fixation Committee based on rules, and in a lot of cases, the cash was not remitted to the exchequer. The prohibited occupants were not kicked out and the land parcels in concern were not set up for auction.
The CBI had actually registered three separate cases associated with the fraud. Earlier this month, the Jammu and Kashmir State Land (Vesting of Ownership to the Residents) Act, also called the Roshni Act, was declared null and void, after the court called it unconstitutional and unsustainable.
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