Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has got a big relief in the irrigation scam. 9 cases of irrigation scam against Ajit Pawar have been closed. According to Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) sources, 3000 projects related to irrigation scam are under scrutiny and 9 of these cases have been closed due to lack of evidence. ACB has not found anything against Ajit Pawar in the tenders that have been investigated so far.
Technically, 3000 tenders are under scrutiny and Ajit Pawar has not received a clean cheat. According to the ACB, Ajit Pawar has been relieved in only 9 tenders (tenders) cases and these cases have been closed due to lack of evidence.
At the same time, soon after Ajit Pawar got a clean cheat, the Congress got a chance to attack the Modi government. Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted that BJP-Ajit Pawar exposed the reality of Maharashtra’s Prajatantra Cheerharan chapter. An order by an illegitimate government to close the Anti-Corruption Bureau. Will eat and feed. Because it is a government with ‘zero tolerance’ for honesty. It is possible if Modi is there.
Meanwhile, ACB has clarified that the cases which have been closed are not related to Ajit Pawar. Maharashtra ACB said on Monday that it has closed 9 cases. These cases are not related to Ajit Pawar.
Please tell that Ajit Pawar is accused in crores of irrigation scam and BJP itself has surrounded him many times on this issue. State Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis himself has once said to send him to jail. Actually, Ajit Pawar became the Deputy Chief Minister for the first time in the Congress-NCP government in 2010, but two years later he had to resign on the charge of scam. In 2018, the Maharashtra Anti Corruption Bureau accused Ajit Pawar in an alleged irrigation scam worth Rs 70,000 crore.