Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Sharad Pawar's Nephew Was Involved In Land Scam

New Delhi: IBN-Lokmat report blew the lid of the land scam, that the allegations of the family of Sharad Pawar, Maharashtra. In 2007, when Ajit Pawar, nephew of the Nationalist Party (NCP), prime minister of Maharashtra has been the irrigation AG Mercantile, partly owned by Ajit received a contract to repair the dam Raigad. Instead, the company received money for repairs of the country.

AG Mercantile was 93 646 m² of land leased for 99 years. Land, located in the old Mumbai-Pune road, overlooking the beautiful water tank.

In 2008, the Company obtained an additional 97,000 square meters of land for the construction of a road and a bridge.

Commercial AG has built luxurious bungalows, swimming pools and waterfalls on earth seems to attract tourists. The company went so far as to ask permission to sail in just two days of application.

Before opening the story, IBN-Lokmat contact Ajit Pawar, who said he has nothing to do with the AG Companies.

But the company's website clearly indicates Affairs Ajit Pawar has 8,800 shares of stock, a fact not even mentioned in its statement on the elections.

Site reveals another shocking - Vinod Goneka first defendant in the 2G spectrum, is one of the lead.

Sharad Pawar had earlier said his family had business links with Goenka. But clearly Ajit Pawar, who is widely regarded as the political heir of Sharad Pawar has now been many questions as answers.


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