Four booked in Gujarat for fraud in construction of toilets


PALANPUR : A prison grievance has been filed in opposition to 4 individuals alleging that they siphoned off Rs 8.76 lakh of public cash given for constructing bathrooms however haven’t constructed a single bathroom. The Deesa police has began investigating the matter.

Gujarat’s Deesa Taluka Panchayat growth officer Nishantsinh Rajput has acknowledged in his grievance that office-bearers of the Dhanpura Milk Producers Cooperative Society and the Ranpur Anamika Sakhi Mandli have collectively siphoned off Rs 8.76 lakh.

This quantity was launched for the development of bathrooms underneath the Swachh Bharat Mission. Each the businesses had been to assemble 57 bathrooms; The Dhanpura cooperative was given Rs 6.12 lakh and the Anamika Sakhi Mandli Rs 2.64 lakh.

Within the grievance the officer acknowledged that in inspection it was discovered that the milk producers on paper confirmed bathrooms for 2 individuals, one for a husband and one other for the spouse. In actuality the bathroom was constructed by the home proprietor. They generated payments for 2 bathrooms and siphoned off public cash.

Anamika Sakhi Mandli has additionally on paper proven building of bathrooms, however had not constructed any bathroom. They too generated payments and pocketed the cash.

The police have booked Dhanpura Milk Producers Cooperative Committee’s Ramesh Desai and Maganbhai Desai, Anamika Sakhi Mandli’s Devikaben Parmar and Hansaben Vaghela for dishonest, prison breach of belief, forgery, fraud, and forging paperwork, mentioned a police officer.

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