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AIT scam: Captain, others appear in court

Punjab’s former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh along with others appeared in a Mohali court on Wednesday in connection with the
Amritsar Improvement Trust land scam.

The defense counsels had moved an application before the court, submitting that the case proceedings be stayed till Supreme Court gave its findings on three petitions filed by accused Jugal Kishore Sharma, Capt Amarinder Singh and Chaudhary Jagjit Singh.

They submitted that the matter was heard by the division bench of Supreme Court and the case was referred to full bench. After completing the arguments, the decision was kept pending.

During the arguments, defense counsels - including A P S Deol, Atul Nanda and Ramdeep Partap Singh - pleaded that the proceedings should not be carried further and the matter be heard only after the apex court decision. The prosecution, however, argued that the matter pending before the Supreme Court was a separate issue.

The prosecution further submitted that a report under Section 173 (preventing service of summons or other proceedings, or preventing publication thereof) had already been filed.

After hearing both the sides, the court fixed October 23 for order on arguments, while November 21 was set for framing charges in the case.

Apart from the former CM, ex-local bodies minister Jagjit Singh, former AIT chairman Jugal Kishore Sharma and 11 out of 13 others named as accused in a criminal case registered by Punjab Vigilance Bureau also appeared in the court. Nachhatar Singh Mavi, whose son was unwell, had sought an exemption.

Eighteen persons were named in the said FIR, out of which former cabinet minister Raghu Nath Sahaipuri and senior Congress leader Kewal Krishan have already expired.

VB had filed a chargesheet against the accused, charging them with releasing 32.10 acre of AIT land for development by private colonizers in violation of rules. A complaint regarding the matter was moved by senior Congress leader and former assembly deputy speaker Bir Devinder Singh. The former CM and others were booked under Prevention of Corruption Act and accused of cheating, forgery, tampering of official records and criminal conspiracy.

source: TOI


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