Yavatmal molestation case: Construction of school illegal, finds probe

It was regularised in 2009 during the term of Chief Minister Ashok Chavan.

Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Updated: July 5, 2016 7:05 am
Yavatmal residents protest against the alleged abuse. (Express Photo) Yavatmal residents protest against the alleged abuse. (Express Photo)

Yavatmal Public School has been mired in controversy since 2001, when it came up on about 1,000 sqm land that was allegedly public utility land belonging to a housing society on the city’s outskirts. The Dardas built the sprawling school building and allegedly spent over

Rs 34 lakh from Vijay Darda’s MP funds on it. It was regularised in 2009 during the term of Chief Minister Ashok Chavan.

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Activist Digambar Pachgade moved a petition in 2011 alleging illegal usurpation of land by the Darda education society and misuse of MP funds. In June 2015, an HC bench passed severe strictures against Chavan and Dardas. An inquiry by a senior police official was ordered. It found that the construction of the school was illegal. The report was submitted to the HC in April this year and subsequently the CJM’s court in Yavatmal. ENS

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