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Accountability Commission abolished to protect corrupt leaders of BJP: Harsh Dev
1/17/2022 11:28:14 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 17: Harsh Dev Singh, Chairman National Panthers Party (NPP) has asked the LG. to constitute a Commission of Inquiry (COI) against the corrupt MLAs and ministers who have accumulated huge wealth and disproportionate assets in the last seven years.
Addressing a press conference Singh lambasted the government for having grossly failed to take action against the blemished politicians of BJP and PDP who had looted public exchequer, encroached state land, forest land, municipal and JDA land besides having installed illegal brick kilns, stone crushers, hot mix plants and raised mammoth movable and immovable properties in various parts of the state and outside by abusing their position and authority.
Singh said that local media and even erstwhile Governor S P Malik had referred to several scams in the Jammu & Kashmir in insurance contracts, power projects, J&K Bank besides large scale illegitimate back door appointments but the bigwigs continued to enjoy immunity in view of their political clout with no action whatsoever initiated against the corrupt politicians.
He said that Malik was on record having made repeated statements about some politicians having raised palatial bungalows with 40-50 rooms each at several places including Srinagar, Jammu, New Delhi and elsewhere through ill gotten wealth.
“Regretfully no action was imitated against any of the corrupt leaders of the erstwhile BJP-PDP regime despite huge scams unraveled even by the CAG.
Even the Accountability Commission (AC) was abolished by the BJP government which alone was the forum for investigating the frauds and scams of politicians.
And this was deliberately done to protect the corrupt leaders of the BJP-PDP rule. All the corruption cases registered against the corrupt politicians of the said regime in Accountability Commission were thrown into the dustbin”, said Singh.
Describing the BJP government’s tall slogans of providing transparent, accountable and corruption free governance to the people a hoax, Singh said that all such rants were made to enchant the masses for political gains. He said that several ex-BJP ministers and MLAs had been reported to have created huge assets, taken loan from J&K Bank amounting to several crores and got it declared NPA besides having defied norms and procedures and violated Defence Acts besides other violations in constructing un-authorized structures and palatial bungalows.
Singh said that several BJP Ministers were accused of promoting transfer industry in the state, allotment of works without tenders and illegal appointments made in government departments on monetary and extraneous considerations. Moreover, several ministers and MLAs had encroached huge chunks of state and forest land whose adverse reports had been submitted even by the investigating agencies against them.
“The BJP leaders continued to occupy government premises including ministerial bungalows in violation of SOPs, the administration continued to shelter the delinquents providing the most glaring example of patronized corruption.
Not only that the corrupt leaders of BJP were being provided immunity and due protection in view of they being the members of the ruling party at the centre,” said Singh.
Accusing several ex-ministers and MLAs of running illegal pollution creating units including stone crushers, brick kilns, hot mix plants etc. in grass violation of the directions of High Court and Supreme Court and NGT, he regretted that authorities concerned had turned a blind eye to the same in view of the pressure of these powerful politicians running the unauthorized units. Court reject fake media person for issuing fake degrees & others.
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