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Government controlled CBI (intentionally) messes up investigation into Minister Corruption in Adarsh Scam

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CBI which is India’s leading investigate agency controlled by the government at the centre has been known to be a pawn in the ruling party hands.It selectively investigates cases against the opposition and the ruling alliance repeatedly messing up intentionally cases of graft against government ministers at the state and federal level.The Ruling Party has often used CBI as a powerful tool against both alliance parties as well as the opposition parties.This blantant manner of corruption had made the Supreme Court directly take the supervision of CBI in the 2G Telecom Scandal investigation which has thrown top corporate and politicians in jail.Now CBI has started acting tardily in the Adarsh Housing Scandal in which top Congress ministers in Maharashtra,bureaucrats,retired generals and admirals had conspired to usurp real estate land worth crores of ruppees meant for war widows.

India investigation agencies have themselves become too corrupt to effectively investigate wrongdoing with Supreme  Court frequently castigating these agencies like ED,Income Tax,CBI etc. for messing up the process of prosecution.Its a case of how will the guilty punish themselves.The Bombay High Court appeared shocked as CBI failed to mention/investigate crucial missing files in the  Adarsh Housing Scam.Such a glaring mistake should result in immediate firing to the investigation officials but nothing will happen emboldening further acts in the future.The Jan LokPal Bill is needed very badly to curb at least some of the misuse and blatant corruption in the country.

HC raps CBI for omitting missing files in its report

A Day after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) submitted its investigation report in the Adarsh Society scam, the Bombay High Court said it was “distressing” that the central agency had not mentioned anything about the documents pertaining to the road deletion and Coastal Regulation Zone clearance that went missing last year.

“You (CBI) should have mentioned something about the missing files in the report. That is the worst part of this case,” Justice Ranjana Desai said.


Abhishek Shah

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