JAMMU: The state vigilance commission has formed four special investigation teams to investigate the alleged irregularities in the land transfers under Roshni Scheme.
Chief Vigilance Commissioner Kuldeep Khoda chaired a meeting of Commission today to reviewed the progress on verification of the alleged irregularities committed in transfer of land under the Roshini Scheme, here at a meeting with Jammu and Kashmir Vigilance Organisation
It was for the second time that SVC took a review of the matter and discussed various steps taken and to be taken by the VOJK for the required verification.
The Director Vigilance Organization Sheikh Owais said that four Special Investigation Teams (SIT) each headed by an SP have been constituted to work under close supervision of nodal SIT headed by DIG VOJK for speedy verification. The General Administration Department has also issued instructions to all the Deputy Commissioners on January 27, 2014 for cooperating with the SITs of Vigilance Organisation to complete the verification.
Vigilance Commissioners, R K.Jerath and Mrs Gousul Nisa Jeelani, besides Director State Vigilance Organisation, J&K, Sheikh Owais, IGP Vigilance Organisation, Mr Alok Puri, Secretary State Vigilance Commission, DIG , SSP , Deputy Director Prosecution and Asstt. Commr Rev. of Vigilance Organisation, Additional Secretary SVC, Chief Prosecuting Officer SVC & FA/CAO were present in the meeting.
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