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UPSC Member Chattar Singh reportly resigns

Sep 24th, 2017 2:08 pm | By | Category: LATEST NEWS

THE NEWSMAN OF INDIA.COM (Special report)
UPSC member Chattar Singh has been reportly resigned from his post.
Chattar Singh, a former IAS officer of 1980-batch was quized by CBI in connection with its probe into alleged irregularities in the allocation of industrial plots at Panchkula, in which former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is also named as an accused.

According to the FIR, industrial plots were given to 14 people by allegedly manipulating certain provisions of allotment which included allowing them to submit their applications even after the last date of submission ended.

The 14 people who had been allotted lands had submitted their applications on January 24, 2012 whereas the last date of submission was January 6, 2012, the FIR has alleged.

Chattar Singh, a former IAS officer of 1980-batch, was Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister between 2009-13.

The case which was handed over from the vigilance bureau of Haryana to the CBI has named “the then Chairman of HUDA” or Mr Hooda, being the then Chief Minister of Haryana, three former bureaucrats, 13 beneficiaries and unknown officials of the authority and state government.

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