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Uttar Pradesh finance body comes under BSPs scanner

All bribe takers beware! Its the end of road. The police means business and will go the whole hog to stop corruption.

Kanpur, May 13 : All bribe takers beware! It's the end of road. The police means business and will go the whole hog to stop corruption.

That seems to be the message being driven home in Uttar Pradesh after the change of guard at the administrative level.

With this message conveyed in no uncertain terms through the corridors of power, overzealous policemen have begun wielding their batons in right earnest.

Police have sealed the office of the Uttar Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC) in Kanpur after the exit of the Mulayam-led Government."Two sets of files were found with enclosed documents torn. We will investigate what the documents pertained to, how important they are. Meanwhile, we are getting the file storeroom sealed to prevent further tampering," said Dinesh Chandra, Superintendent of Police, Kanpur.

UPSIDC, the premier industrial promotion and infrastructure development undertaking of the State Government has been the driving force behind scores of industrial ventures since 1961.

An accountant has been detained on suspicion of tampering with files, which could bring to light evidence of corruption in a plum department.

Swadesh Nigam, however, has denied any wrongdoing.

"We were under orders to submit the balance sheet files on May 15. I was making calculations for that. I got just one room opened, not the entire building. The security personnel should know how it happened," he said.

But ahead of demitting their offices, some ministers in the outgoing government have hastily cleared their office of all papers.

Police has already sealed the office of State Minister Mohammad Azam Khan in Lucknow after his staff and some activists tore files, folders and papers.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has vowed to investigate the matter.


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