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Report sought on Seematti land takeover

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 29, 2016, 1:07 am IST
Updated Mar 29, 2016, 1:07 am IST
The Vigilance had submitted that Collector had arrived at an agreement with Seematti for not delaying the Metro project.
The court made the observation while considering the quick verification report filed by Vigilance in the Seematti case.
 The court made the observation while considering the quick verification report filed by Vigilance in the Seematti case.

Kochi: The Vigilance Court, Muvattupuzha,  on Monday asked the Vigilance to inform why there was delay in taking over the Seematti land for the Kochi Metro rail project. Vigilance judge P. Madhavan asked the assistant legal advisor (Vigilance) to furnish the details in connection with the deal and posted the case for further hearing on March 31.

The court made the observation while considering the quick verification report filed by Vigilance in the Seematti case. The Vigilance had submitted that Ernakulam Collector M.G. Rajamanickam had arrived at an agreement with Seematti for not delaying the Kochi Metro project.

 

The Vigilance judge had asked VACB to conduct a quick verification into the deal after Kalamassery native Girish Babu filed a complaint. He argued that the clause “subject to the land owner’s right to get compensation at the rate of Rs 80 lakh per cent, this agreement is executed” is in violation of the norms.

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Location: India, Kerala




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