The alleged incident took place May 9 when the former CM had allegedly got some rooms of the property, said to be in possession of Rajeshwar Singh, vacated without informing him.
Rajeshwar Singh, who was in Shimla, said he was surprised at the sudden action of his uncle (Virbhadra Singh).
The ED had filed the chargesheet against Singh (83), accusing him of projecting around Rs 7 crore — “proceeds of crime” — as agricultural income, in connivance with his wife and others, and investing the amount in LIC policies.
Earlier in February, ED filed a chargesheet against Virbhadra Singh, his wife and others under the provisions of the PMLA. The agency had charged 83-year-old Singh with projecting around Rs 7-crore “proceeds of crime” as agricultural income in connivance with his wife and others, and investing it in purchasing LIC policies.
Dr Ramesh Chand, senior medical superintendent of IGMC hospital, said, “The former chief minister has shown considerable improvement in his health and has responded well to the treatment.”
“His (Virbhadra Singh’s) health parameters are stable. There is no worry but doctors wanted some more check-ups,” Dr Ramesh Chand, senior medical Superintendent of IGMC hospital said.
The House witnessed noisy scenes as the Speaker ordered “nothing to be recorded”. The Congress MLAs, already on their feet, finally staged a walkout while warning against any attempt to tinker with the section 188.
The agency arrested Vakamulla Chandrasekhar, director/promoter of Tarini Group of Companies, for allegedly providing Rs 5.9 crore to Virbhadra’s family through his bank accounts
The CBI had claimed that Virbhadra Singh had amassed assets worth around Rs 10 crore which were disproportionate to his total income during his tenure as Union minister.
The Congress had filed four FIRs against HPCA, naming the then cricket association president Anurag Thakur, his father and former CM Prem Kumar Dhumal and several others.
HPCA case: The state cabinet, last month, took a decision in principle to withdraw all the cases filed against the BJP leaders and several others.
The CBI has challenged a limited part of the March 31, 2017 HC order regarding the nature of sanction needed from a state government to probe any offence committed in the state.
The Enforcement Directorate had charged 83-year-old Singh with projecting around Rs 7 crore proceeds of crime as agricultural income in connivance with his wife and others, and investing them in purchasing LIC policies.
The ED had registered a case in 2015, after CBI registered a case against all accused, alleging that huge amount of unaccounted money had been invested in LIC policies in the name of Virbhadra Singh and his family members.
Bhupender Negi was assistant director of ED in Shimla on deputation during the Congress regime and had probed cases against former CM and his private secretary.