Rigorous imprisonment to RCS Delhi officials
Assistant registrar of co-operative societies and three others get three years rigorous imprisonment
The special judge for CBI cases, Rohini, Delhi has sentenced Yogi Raj, then assistant registrar (North West Zone), Fiaz Mohd, then inspecting officer, P K Thirwani, then senior auditor, all working in the office of registrar of co-operative societies, Delhi to undergo three years rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs 9,000 each in a co-operative group housing society (CGHS) case.
The court also sentenced Gokul Chand Aggarwal (a private person) to undergo three years RI with fine of Rs14,000 for offences of cheating, criminal conspiracy and forgery.
CBI had registered the case on December 22, 2005 against then registrar of cooperative societies (RCS), New Delhi, then assistant registrar (North West Zone) and others under the Indian Penal Code and Prevention of Corruption Act.
It was alleged that the accused persons had entered into a criminal conspiracy for reviving the co-operative group housing society named Kandhari CGHS Ltd., located at Pitampura, Delhi on the basis of fake and false documents and by showing fake membership list in collusion with other unknown private persons.
A charge sheet was filed against six accused persons on November, 2006 before the special court.
The trial court had found four accused guilty and acquitted two persons including the registrar of RCS due to lack of evidence.
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