Ludhiana City Centre scam case adjourned
Ludhiana: The hearing in the multi-crore
Ludhiana City Centre (LCC) scam case, in which former Punjab
chief minister Amarinder Singh and his son are among the
accused, was adjourned to March 27 by a local court on Saturday.
Session Judge S P Bangarh posted the hearing for next
month after special public prosecutor Mitter Sein Goyal
concluded his arguments on framing of charges against all the
36 accused including Amarinder Singh, his son Ranninder Singh,
son-in-law Raminder Singh alias Richhi and former local bodies
minister Jagjit Singh.
In his arguments, Goyal told the court about the
alleged role of the Superintending Engineer Ludhiana
Improvement Trust, Manmohan Singh, Executive Officer Dewan
Chand Garg, G K Gambhir Managing Director Todays Home Pvt Ltd.
and others in the scam.
Amarinder, Ranninder Singh alias Tikku and Jagjit
Singh were not present in the court today. Amarinder Singh and
Jagjit Singh had to be present in a court in Mohali for
hearing in another case.
The court had given exemption to all three from
The court today also permitted Sanjay Talwar, another
accused in the case, to go abroad for seven days.
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