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Officer who killed Veerappan tasked to probe multi-crore JKCA scam
Governor Malik plays Master-Stroke
11/17/2018 10:50:50 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 17: Governor Satya Pal Malik has tasked his Advisor, K Vijay Kumar, to probe the Rs 113 crore Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association scam that came to fore in 2014.
As per the reports K Vijay Kumar, who is known in the entire country as the one who killed dreaded thug Veerappan in October 2004, has now been tasked to probe the JKCA scam.
It was on November 24 , 2014 that a New Delhi based news organsaition published its detailed report over the scam in JKCA with investigations affirming direct involvement of various political figures.
The news organisation had claimed that one senior JK politician, along with nine JKCA office-bearers, were accused under Sections 406, 168 and 120-B of the RPC for making the sports body a lending agency and for operating many bogus accounts.
The JK cricket scam had unmasked a top politician, who was booked under the FIR No. 27/2012, the investigators were specifically told to go slow. The FIR was kept confidential.
The then chief minister had reportedly slowed down the process of investigation into the case, fearing public resentment.
No arrests were made and the accused were given a "safe passage." Had police arrested any accused it was legally bound to file charges within 60 days of his arrest.
Earlier, in the year 2014 ,the former JKCA chairman Mohammad Aslam Goni while demanding a thorough probe into the multi crore scam of JKCA had said he would make facts of the scam public.
Goni had said that he wrote a detailed mail to JKCA president advising him not to hold any elections then and that the action against the accused must be initiated so that the career of state's budding cricketers could be saved. However, Goni later admitted that no action was taken.
Meanwhile, it is after the four long years that the action is expected to be taken against the involved and that the probe findings being made public. "The important thing is that the Governor initiated the probe and asked one of his promising Advisors to supervise the investigations against the accused. It will for sure send a positive signal among the masses who so far were of the opinion that people with political affiliations are above the law and they cannot be touched even if they swindle public money in broad day light. This development is very important and what is more vital is the seriousness with which the probe has been ordered," said a senior journalist who covered the JKCA scam back in 2015.
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