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Speed up investigation on corruption under previous govts: Vakil to Governor

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‘Make public names of officers involved in health insurance fraud’

Srinagar: Peoples Conference senior vice President and former minister Abdul Gani Vakil on Wednesday urged the Governor Satyapal Malik to fast track investigations on corruption cases against previous governments of NC and PDP.
Vakil while addressing a party workers’ meeting at Tulsi Bagh, said that the departments that deal with corruption had been “paralyzed by the previous governments in order to give their corrupt leaders a free hand”.
He urged the Governor administration to strengthen the Accountability Commission and Vigilance department to ensure transparent governance.
Demanding stringent punishment for officers involved in the “health insurance scheme fraud”, Vakil said, “It has been a while since the fraud came into light and still the names of the ones who are involved are not out in the public”.
He said the officers involved in the scam had not been named and punished yet.
Vakil said that the accountability commission had named “many ex-ministers in cases of corruption but no action has been taken as of now”.
“The ones who are involved in corruption have taken adjournment orders from the High Court and no government has acted officially against these adjournment orders. This is because NC & PDP are in a secret pact to save their corrupt leaders. It is astonishing that no action has has been taken against these adjournment orders for the past so many years”, he added.
Accusing NC leadership for the deteriorating situation of Jammu & Kashmir, Vakil said that had 1987 elections not been “rigged by NC, situation would have been different and we would not have lost thousands of lives and innumerable eye-sights in the last three decades of conflict”.

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