SP reviews progress of cases against Ex-BSP ministers
Lucknow: Giving strong signals, the Uttar Pradesh government today reviewed progress of cases against those involved in corrupt practices during the previous Mayawati regime, including nine BSP leaders.
"A high-level meeting chaired by Principal Secretary Home RM Srivastava was held to review delay, if any, in vigilance probe in cases referred by Lokayukta," Secretary Home Ravindra Kumar Upadhyay said.
He said that 10 cases were discussed during the meeting but did not elaborate.
On recommendation of Lokayukta Justice (retd) NK Malhotra vigilance probe is under way against nine ministers of previous BSP regime.
These former BSP ministers include-- Babu Singh Khushwaha (family welfare minister), Naseemuddin Siddiqui (PWD minister), Badshah Singh (Labour Minister), Rangnath Mishra (secondary education minister), Chandradev Ram Yadav (minor industries minister), Awadhpal Singh yadav (animal husbandary minister), Ramveer Upadhyay (energy minister), Rakesh Dhar Tripathi (higher education minister) and Ram Achal Rajbhar (transport Minister).
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