Thursday, December 02, 2010

SIC Ramanand Tiwari's pages go missing from Adarsh file

A fresh cloud of controversy has developed over the Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society (ACHS) scam. At least four pages of a file dealing specifically with the reduction of the width of Prakash Pethe Marg - the road that was cut down to make space for the tower - have gone missing. The pages contained notings by then urban development principal secretary Ramanand Tiwari and former UD deputy secretary P V Deshmukh. Incidentally, Tiwari's son Omkar and P V Deshmukh were allotted flats in the building. When contacted, Tiwari said, ``I had asked for the papers a month ago from the UD
department and even I do not have a copy.'' Maharashtra's urban development department on Friday filed an FIR with the Marine Drive police, who registered a case of theft and destruction of key documents. On Saturday, the state government transferred the case to the crime branch.

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