Gujarat Congress MPs meet Central Vigilance Commissioner, Gohil writes letter to Modi on Essar recovery
New Delhi, 19 June 2012
Gujarat Congress MPs led by Rajkot MP Kunvarji Bavalia and Banaskantha MP Mukesh Gadhvi today called on Central Vigilance Commissioner in New Delhi and submitted a 750-page memorandum with annexed documents seeking probe by independence agency in alleged scams of ruling government in Gujarat. The memorandum includes 17 cases, most of them about concessional land allotment to various industrial houses including Essar, Archean chemicals, couple of hotels projects, Adani, L&T, Raheja, Satyam, TCS, Torrent Power and DLF. The memorandum also questions incentives given to Tata Motors for Nano car plant. Allotment of contracts for fishing rights in water bodies without auction that are recently canceled by the Gujarat High Court also figures in the memorandum. Usage of private planes, irregularities in Sujlam Suflam project, purchase of cattle feed at higher rates compare to other states, GSPC related decisions and purchase of Nutritional Extruded Fortified Blended Food are other issues mentioned in the memorandum.
Essar recovery:Gohil writes letter to Modi
Meanwhile in another development, the opposition leader of Gujarat Shaktisinh Gohil has written a letter to the Chief Minister demanding quick recovery of pending amount of tax from Essar company. Gohil in his letter wrote to the Chief Minister that while the court has already given its detail verdict in favor of Gujarat government, the earliest recovery is expected without giving any relief in interest amount.
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