Opposition leader Ramdas Kadam has once again alleged Revenue Minister Narayan Rane of foul play in a Nasik land. Alleging Revenue Minister Narayan Rane for being involved in the illegal selling of 53 hectares of land by Paanjarpol organization resulting in a loss of Rs 162 crore for the government, opposition leader Ramdas Kadam demanded the resignation of the minister at the state assembly. Condemning the working of the opposition party, the most significant point raised by Narayan Rane was that the petitioner who filed a PIL against him on the Sahar land scam, Vinod Kamble, himself had 9 criminal cases registered against him. In the tossing of blame between both the opposition leader and the Revenue Minister, the most important point is being neglected which is the audit report of the District officer of Nasik. This report clearly states that the Pannchjarpol organisation has not just violated rules but also resulted in a loss of around Rs 162 crore for the government. Also the land sold off is not to a farmer but to a private limited company. We asked him about the audit report, to which the revenue Minister had this to say about the organization. With cameraperson Dyaneshwar Mali, Rajeev Mishra for NMTV News.
June 21, 2015
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