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that does not mean that I come to India and just tell my players to park the bus on the field, said the former high performance manager for the Irish FA For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNagpur | Updated: March 2 2014 3:36 am Former BJP president Nitin Gadkari faces allegation over irregularities by a sugar unit owned by him (Express archive) Related News Armed with documents pertaining to a lone farmer’s case to allege “rampant” irregularities by a sugar unit owned by the Purti Group pioneered by former BJP president Nitin Gadkari AAP’s Nagpur nominee Anjali Damania Saturday went to the former’s residence with supporters and handed over the papers to his representative seeking explanation “up to 4 pm or quit politics” Damania later addressed a press conference at 4 pm saying no explanation had come from Gadkari and hence he must quit politics Damania was responding to Gadkari’s Friday statement that he would quit politics if charges against him were proved She said the farmer Shyamrao Satpute of Padegaon village in Wardha district had been approached by the Purti unit to grow sugarcane and had been made available a loan of Rs 16500 through the local Shikshak Sahakari Bank in March 2001 “Satpute grew cane and sold it to Purti in two parts and paid off the entire loan amount Rs 2000 was also deducted from his payment towards the company’s share and the farmer was left with only Rs 2828 for all the 35353 kg cane he produced But in June 2004 he received a letter from the bank that he hadn’t repaid his loan He rushed to Purti which assured him that he had paid the loan and that his getting the notice was a genuine mistake” she added “But when the loan waiver scheme came in 2008 the bank claimed the loan amount showing default against the farmer’s name Gadkari owes an explanation in the case” she said Asked if she can claim large-scale fraud citing one case Damania said: “It may have been one of the thousands of such cases We have sought information” Asked why didn’t she prefer to be armed with a larger sample size Damania said: “We will duly get information about many other cases too” She said she would register a police complaint in the case on Monday A senior cooperative department official told The Sunday Express that banks showing false cases of outstanding loans to claim the amount under the waiver scheme might have been possible in an exercise that involved over 4 crore farmers and Rs 75000 crore “It has happened in case of a Kohlapur bank that showed loan amounts to be Rs 1 lakh when the scale of finance didn’t permit amounts beyond Rs 25000 In the Purti farmer case the bungling may have happened either at Purti’s end from where the loan refund never possibly reached the bank or at the cooperative bank’s end where the initial two checks of the accounts and of the defaulters’ list were left to the banks’ internal supervisors and were later checked randomly by government auditors” he said Purti has given a written complaint at Ganeshpeth police station calling for strict action against Damania for making defamatory claims about the company In a press statement it said: “The company hasn’t been approached by any department as regards the case cited by Damania When any such direction would come to the company from any department proper explanation would be given The company doesn’t find it necessary to reply to personal allegations” Managing Director Purti Power and Sugar Ltd Sudhir Dive told The Sunday Express that the Purti unit hadn’t started its crushing in 2002 and had given the cane to Bapurao Deshmukh Sugar unit at Wardha That unit owes us Rs 20 lakh This farmer (Satpute) is our shareholder and regularly remains in touch If he had any grievance he would have told us He could have asked for his money if anything was due to be paid to him Now we are checking the old records” Anil Sole Nagpur Mayor and former chairman of Shikshak Sahakari Bank said: “We have done everything according to rules in a transparent manner All the accounts were audited and there was no problem at our end” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Published: March 20 2014 5:54 am Related News In an attempt to shed the ‘outsider’ tag BJP’s Kirron Kher and AAP’s Gul Panag both candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha election in Chandigarh on Wednesday tried to strike an emotional chord with industrialists and traders of the city narrating how their families had been adversely affected by the ‘obsolete building byelaws’ here Both Panag and Kher are Mumbai-based actors Fielding of outsiders by two prominent parties has become an issue in the campaign Therefore both Gul and Kher are leaving no stone unturned to prove that they have their roots in the city and are well-versed with its problems The Joint Action Committee of commercial residential and industrial areas had invited the four candidates for a discussion where they were asked to express their views on several issues Besides Panag and Kher BSP’s Jannat Jahan and Congress veteran Pawan Kumar Bansal who is the sitting MP attended Jahan who is the daughter of Ashok Kumar owner of KC Theatre in Sector 17 said that she is the daughter of an industrialist and he had faced problems due to the non-performance of the Congress MP Then she raised the issue of outdated building byelaws “When my father’s theatre shutdown a 100 families whose bread-winners had been working there suffered They did not have money to pay their children’s school fees However permission for construction of a mall in its place was not granted due to age-old byelaws There is a need for making the byelaws more flexible” she said Taking a dig at the BJP and AAP candidate she said that since she lived in Sector 35 there would be no need to call her in Mumbai if some work had to be done Panag on her part said that her father was in the Army and worked for 40 years and bought a flat in the city but he could not sell it due to the prevailing laws “We are suffering because of the same system that is affecting you There is a need to bring change” she said Kher said that she felt proud that she belonged to Chandigarh “When I tell people that I am from Chandigarh they know it as City Beautiful I have grown up here and studied at Panjab University I come here almost every month It was while campaigning for the Municipal Corporation elections that I saw the immense burden on the infrastructure of the city” Kher said that it was shocking that even internal changes in buildings were not allowed She said that there was a need to change with time A member of the association MPS Chawla said “The women candidates spoke about the problems that their families faced due to the prevailing rules They can understand our problems they know that for growth there is a need to bring about changes” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 14 2013 3:06 am Related News The wait for slum dwellers to get houses under the rehabilitation scheme is likely to end soon Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to come to the city in September end or October first week to hand over the keys of the houses in Dhanas Officials of the Administration visited the site Tuesday and directions have been issued to ensure that the pending work is completed at the earliest The PM was earlier expected to come to the city in April this year Howeverthe visit did not materialise The construction of more than 8000 one-room tenements in Dhanas was completed almost a year ago Howeverthe supporting infrastructure was not ready Roads had not been constructedneither were electricity connections provided A total of 8448 one-room tenements have been constructed in Dhanas for slum dwellers with funds from Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission by Chandigarh Housing Board Some of the houses would be allotted for facilities like schoolPDSetc A list of the beneficiaries is being prepared by the Estate Office It is expected that the land where Colony Number 5 is present would get vacated as the slum dwellers would be shifted here People from some other colonies would also be shifted Earlierthe BJP had started a campaign going to different colonies and asking people not to accept the tenements and instead raised a demand for two-room flats For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: December 18 2017 12:55 am Former TMC leader Mukul Roy with Bjp State President Dilip Ghosh (Express File Photo by Partha Paul) Top News BJP leader Mukul Roy on Sunday said free and fair elections are never held in Sabang constituency of West Midnapore where an Assembly bypoll will be held on December 21 Addressing a public meeting at Sabang Roy said “During elections outsiders enter into Sabang and intimidate voters from exercising their franchise… The Election Commission will have to take strong measures to ensure free and fair election It has to save democracy and allow people to cast their votes” The former TMC leader also alleged that BJP candidate Antara Bhattacharya has not been able to campaign properly “In some places our candidate is prevented from indulging in poll campaigning This tradition of not allowing opposition candidates to campaign will not last long We have to put an end to such a practice” he said Meanwhile state BJP president Dilip Ghosh alleged there had been no development in Sabang “The TMC government did not usher in any development here despite the Centre paying Rs 678 crore for digging canals to prevent flood situations here Most of the funds have gone to TMC party fund” Former TMC MLA and ex-district magistrate Dipak Ghosh joined BJP at the meeting For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 11 2012 2:02 am Related News AMBALA: A 24-year-old womanPinkia resident of Harda villagewas allegedly killed by her in-laws after her parents did not pay Rs 1 lakh demanded by them Her body was thrown onto the railway track to make it appear a suicide Pinkis father Banta Ram alleged that he had paid Rs 50000 on the demand of her in-laws after a few months of her marriage a year ago They again started harassing her for bringing Rs 1 lakhwhich he could not afford to give A case has been registered Diarrhoea in Ambala12 people admitted AMBALA: Diarrhoea broke out in localities of BaldevnagarAmbala Cityaffecting about a dozen peopleincluding children They were admitted to private clinics; one of them was admitted to the civil hospital The people alleged that the disease was caused by consumption of contaminated water being supplied by the public health department Man electrocuted at tubewell AMBALA: A farmer identified as Raj Kumara resident of Andheri villagewas electrocuted at the tubewell in his fields The incident occurred when the victim was drinking water from the tubewell reservoir A high-voltage wire fell on himresulting in his death on the spot A post-mortem was conducted in Naraingarh civil hospital Train hits stray cattlestalled CHANDIGARH: The Ambala-Nangal passenger train was stalled for some time on the tracks after it hit a stray cattle near Jagatpura The train started running again after the animal was cleared from the tracks For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: July 15 2012 4:48 am Related News Concerned over the slow progress of many projects related to Mahakumbhparticularly widening of roads in the citythe mela administration has asked all the departments to speed up their work or be prepared to face action The issue is also likely to come up at the fortnightly meeting on Mahakumbh chaired by Chief Secretary Javed Usmanito be held in Lucknow on Sunday According to mela administration officialssome of the works where the progress report has not been satisfactory were widening of roadsshifting of electric polesrepairing of drainsbeautification of crossings and installation of high mast lights The deadline for works like shifting of electric poles along the roadside to facilitate widening of roads was June end Howevereven almost a fortnight later the work is not yet completesaid officials Mela officer Mani Prasad Mishra said: All the departments concerned were warned that they should speed up their work Otherwisethe administration would be forced to take action? The US and China still quarrel about the RMB undervaluation and no solution was found to that problem at Seoul. asking the state to justify its claim of Bund Road being a state highway. This had become a bone of contention between school managements and the school education department. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 13, Tell me. he added. The weekend saw the star cast led by Karan Sagoo, (Source: File) Top News Tripura Cricket Association will build a world-class cricket stadium, Post-hike.

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