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Uttar Pradesh Governor Asks CM To Take Action In IMT Land Case

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Ghaziabad: Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik on Monday granted permission to probe the land allotment to the Institute of Management Technology (IMT), claimed Municipal Councillor and RTI activist Rajendra Tyagi. Showing the letter to the media here, Tyagi said, “Taking cognisance of my complaint for the CAG and the CBI investigation in the irregularities in the land allotment to the IMT, the Governor wrote a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on May 3 and asked him to take appropriate action in the case.”

“The Governor has also asked for the copy of the report regarding the action taken in the matter,” he said. Since the Governor as the Chancellor of the Chaudhary Charan Singh (CCS) University had set up a four-member panel for investigation into the case, he said. The IMT’s papers are pledged with the CCS for permanent recognition and affiliation with the varsity, state and the University Grant Commission, said Tyagi. Earlier, Tyagi and Ghaziabad Development Authority board member Himanshu Mittal had alleged the Lajpat Rai Educational College Society, which was allotted 54,049 square yards at a throw-away price of Rs 96,606 in 1968, used the land for a different purpose. (IANS)

 

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