ACB calls Ajit Pawar again on Sept 22

The ACB has now issued fresh summons to him, asking him to be personally present at the ACB office on September 22.

| Mumbai | Updated: September 22, 2015 1:39 am

A day after senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and former water resources minister Sunil Tatkare chose to send his lawyer to the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) office, instead of personally turning up, for inquiries in the alleged irrigation scam being investigated by the agency, former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar followed suit, sending his representatives instead. The ACB has now issued fresh summons to him, asking him to be personally present at the ACB office on September 22.

ACB officials said Pawar’s representative and a lawyer reached their Thane office Wednesday afternoon with some information that they had sought in connection with the awarding of Balganga dam project to F A Enterprises. “We gave Pawar’s representative a letter asking him to come personally with the rest of the information on September 22,” said an ACB officer.

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