Special Judge Anti Corruption Sanjeev Gupta today directed Deputy Commissioner, Samba to cooperate fully with the J&K State Vigilance Organization and furnish the relevant revenue record required for the investigation into alleged Roshni Scam.
The order was passed in a case filed by Ajaat Jamwal in the Court of Special Judge Anti-Corruption . The court viewed the 'non-cooperation' by Deputy Commissioner, Samba very seriously observing that the status report filed by J&K Vigilance Organization reveals that investigation is moving at snail's pace due to Non-Cooperation of revenue officials particularly D.C. Samba.
"Keeping in view the magnitude of the scam which is self explanatory from the status report, it is hoped and expected that DC Samba shall cooperate fully with the SVO in respect of furnishing the relevant revenue documents.
The State Vigilance Organization in its status report filed in the court of Special judge Anti-Corruption, Jammu submitted that Case FIR NO. 05/2015 was registered in Police Station Vigilance organization, Jammu on 28.01.2015 u/s PC Act r/w Jammu and Kashmir State Lands Vesting of Ownership to Occupants Act 2001 under Roshni scheme as observed in the audit report submitted by Principal Accountant General (Audit).
The State Vigilance Organization further submitted that during the course of investigation so many letters have been written to DC Samba regarding providing of name of Approval Committee under Roshni Scheme and to fix the liabilities of delinquent officers but the reply is still awaited. The investigation of the case is pending due to non-cooperation of Dy. Commissioner, Samba.