Final report in,may be tabled in monsoon session of Assembly

The two-member commission set up by the state government in January 2011 to probe alleged irregularities in the 31-storey Adarsh society submitted its final report Thursday.

Written by Express News Service | Published: April 19, 2013 3:36 am

The two-member commission set up by the state government in January 2011 to probe alleged irregularities in the 31-storey Adarsh society submitted its final report Thursday.

Secretary to the commission N N Kumbhar,who submitted the report to the state chief secretary in the evening,however,did not disclose its contents. He said the report may be tabled in the Legistative Assembly during the monsoon session.

The commission comprised retired Bombay High Court judge J A Patil and former state chief secretary P Subramaniam.

The panel was asked to examine 13 points of reference.

In April last year,it submitted a report on two points — ownership of land and whether the society was reserved for Kargil war widows. That report concluded that the land in Cuffe Parade belongs to the state government and that no party contended the society was reserved for Kargil war widows.

The latest report addresses the remaining 11 — eligibility of members,validity of clearances granted and role of public servants,including former CMs Ashok Chavan,Vilasrao Deshmukh and Sushil Kumar Shinde,in granting clearances.

Former chiefs of army staff Deepak Kapoor and N C Vij were allotted flats in the society.

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