On the path of the Jammu & Kashmir Excessive Court docket, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered three FIRs in J&Ok’s Roshni Act land allotment case and brought over the investigation, earlier dealt with by native authorities.
The primary case has been registered towards unknown Jammu income division officers for allegedly giving undue advantages to unlawful occupants of state land by deliberately ignoring provisions and guidelines of the Roshni Act. They’ve been accused of giving possession rights of state land wrongfully to pick out, undeserving individuals, and inflicting an enormous financial loss to the state exchequer.
“It was additional alleged that the aim of the Jammu and Kashmir State Lands (vesting of ownership rights to the occupants) Act, 2001, (popularly often called the Roshni Act) i.e. era of income for enterprise developmental works within the state was defeated,” mentioned the CBI.
The second case has been registered towards Samba income division officers for allegedly giving undue pecuniary advantages to unlawful occupants of state land by deliberately contravening provisions of the Roshni Act.
“It was additional alleged that in lots of instances, possession rights over state land had been conferred in favour of people, who didn’t have the recorded possession of their respective names in income information,” mentioned the CBI.
According to the CBI, it was additionally alleged that the charges weren’t mounted by the worth fixation committee, as per the provisions of the Act, and in lots of instances, weren’t remitted to the federal government treasury, inflicting an enormous loss.
The third case has been registered towards a non-public individual, a resident of Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, and unknown officers of the Jammu income division for allegedly getting into right into a felony conspiracy with the mentioned non-public individual and giving possession rights with regard to a chunk of land in Jammu.
“It was additional alleged that the accused in pursuance of a felony conspiracy hatched had illegally regularised the mentioned state land with out the existence of any entry in income information and issued an NOC in favour of the beneficiary for building of a industrial constructing there,” mentioned the CBI.