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  Housing scam: headed by retired Justice R C Chopra- Delhi HC

New Delhi, Aug 25: The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the Registrar of Co-operative Societies to start the process for allotment of flats in those group housing societies which were given a clean chit by the CBI in the housing scam case. 

Formally issuing the guidelines for the allotment, a Division Bench of Justice Manmohan Sarin and Justice Veena Birbal appointed a new committee headed by retired Justice R C Chopra for approval of the recommendations submitted by the societies and the Registrarís office. Asking 58 group housing societies which were given a clean chit by the CBI, to furnish all information along with the list of members to the office of Registrar within 15 days, the Bench said the committee would submit a report for issuing an appropriate order to DDA for draw of lots. 

The societies were also directed to publish in news papers proposals regarding the clearance of membership for allotment of flats by draw of lots as approved by the Registrar in addition to submit a revised proposal, if any, in a month after the publication to the Registrar. After receiving complete documents from the societies, the document would be scrutinised by the Registrar office in 15 days and at the time of verification, an authorised person of the concerned society shall be present, the Bench said in a judgement. 

Following the examination of records, the Registrar office should forward, the matter to be referred to the committee, comprising officials of RCS officials, set up under the Delhi Co-operative Society rule, the court said. The bench directed the Registrar to submit a report before Justice Chopra committee which would finally approve the proposals and this very committee would submit a report before the court for appropriate order. 

The CBI had registered FIRs against Senior RCS Officer for allegedly manipulating membership lists of some existing housing societies and registering new societies in fake names in connivance with alleged middleman, S P Saxena, and some other government officials. However, after the probe the CBI found no discrepancies in the records related to 58 societies and gave a clean chit to them. Following CBIís report, the Court directed it to start the process for allotment of flats in these societies.

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