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Amarinder Singh to appear before Punjab Vigilance Bureau

Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will appear before the Punjab Vigilance Bureau here today in connection with the real estate Ludhiana City Centre scam.

Patiala, May 28 : Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will appear before the Punjab Vigilance Bureau here today in connection with the real estate Ludhiana City Centre scam.

Singh and 18 others were booked by bureau on March 24 for alleged corruption and cheating in connection with the scam.

The bureau had registered a case of corruption against Singh and names of his MP wife Parneet Kaur, son Raninder Singh and other relatives have also been included as co-accused.

The Vigilance Bureau, in its FIR, had accused Singh of violating all norms in patronising and abetting the dilution of terms and conditions for favouring a particular party in executing the City centre project.

Last week, Raninder Singh was granted anticipatory bail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court in a graft case relating to the scam. Besides Raninder, his relative Raminder Singh also granted bail.

Meanwhile, the court had stayed the arrest of Singh till July 31 and his wife had secured anticipatory bail last month.

The bureau had arrested Chetan Gupta, a Delhi businessman and recovered a pen drive from his possession that reportedly contained certain Hawala transanctions of former Chief Minister and his family members.

The alleged wrong-doings in the multi-crore project, being developed by the Ludhiana Improvement Trust (LIT) along with its joint venture partner 'Today Homes' on a 25.5 acres of prime land was exposed by media recently.

ANI

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