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Reserved quota misused to grab 10 Adarsh flats: CBI

DNMUM301885 | 3/29/2014 | Author : Pranali Lotlikar | WC :276

The supplementary charge sheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the Adarsh Society's scam case, says that as many as 10 flats of the society were acquired by various members, including businessman Abhay Sancheti, through the reserved class quota. On Thursday the agency filed the supplementary charge sheet against 44 people, accusing them of alleged benami possession of properties in the controversial Adarsh Society.
According to the charge sheet, the flats, which were basically meant for reserved castes, were surreptitiously acquired by several of the accused including RC Thakur, deceased Kanhaiyalal Gidwani, Brigadier (retired) RC Sharma, Abhay Sancheti, Anand Sancheti, Gidwani's sons Amit
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