BDA lets Deputy Secretary off hook in FIR; other 53 accused will still face action
An FIR was registered on February 27 at Seshadripuram Police Station against 53 people, including BDA employees for their alleged involvement in creating fake documents and allotting sites to slum-dwellers at Hosakerehalli near Banashankari 3rd Stage.
The FIR was registered after issuing show-cause notices to all the employees found guilty by the VSTF police. On the basis of a report submitted by the Deputy Superintendent of Police (
According to sources, similar notices were issued to all the 53 people. However, the BDA, it is understood, rejected the submissions of all the employees, except Chidanand’s reply, thus inviting criticism from social activists.
“What is the use of having the VSTF at the BDA if the
It seems the inquiry was not done in a fair manner. If that is so, the government should transfer all those involved in the inquiry and re an order cancelling the allotment of the double site and also submitted the document from the BDA accounts department on the payment of the cost of the site,’’ said
He said that the inquiry and investigation would be done if the BDA police found evidence against Chidanand in future. However, Karnataka Rashtra Samithi president Ravikrishna