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Mayawati requests Centre to order CBI probe into Noida land scam

The Uttar Pradesh Government led by BSP supremo Mayawati on Monday recommended a CBI probe into the controversial Noida land scam that took place under the regime of former Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Lucknow, May 28 : The Uttar Pradesh Government led by BSP supremo Mayawati on Monday recommended a CBI probe into the controversial Noida land scam that took place under the regime of former Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.

A CBI probe into the Noida land scam is being recommended to the Centre, said K Chandramauli, State Principal Secretary for Home affairs.Ninety-nine people including politicians, judges, bureaucrats, media-persons and some others had been allotted land in Noida in 2005.

Earlier, the Union Science and Technology Minister and Congress leader Kapil Sibal had accused the Mulayam Singh for misusing his power by allotting land to judges, bureaucrats and journalists.

"Valuable assets belonging to the State were sought to be parted with to individuals who were meant to favour particular individuals under different categories, extending political patronage, hopefully with the intent of the political party extending that benefit to get favours in return," Sibal had told reporters.

He had also released a list of the persons who were granted plots in Noida.

Names of Aarohi Bhalla, the son of Justice Jagdish Bhalla, daughter-in-law of former Chief Justice of India YK Sabharwal, were in the list given by Sibal.

ANI

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