Army Court of Inquiry Holds Gen Deepak Kapoor, Gen N.C. Vij Guilty in Adarsh Scam

BeyondHeadlines Staff Reporter

Mumbai: An army court of inquiry into Mumbai’s Adarsh Housing Society scam has indicted former chiefs Gen Deepak Kapoor and General N.C. Vij.

The colonel also indicted four lieutenant generals and three major generals. The officers indicted include Lieutenant General G.S. Sihota, Lt Gen P.K. Rampal, Lt Gen Shantanu Choudhry, Lt Gen Tejinder Singh, Maj Gen Ram Kanwar Hooda, Maj Gen A.R. Kumar, Major Gen V.S. Yadav and Maj Gen Tej Kishen Kaul.

The CoI found the conduct of the officers blameworthy. It said that prima facie culpability had been exposed and it was now for the CBI to probe the matter.

The army submitted its CoI report to the defence ministry last week.

In December last year, Defence Minister A.K. Antony had ordered a CBI probe to fix responsibility of the armed forces and defence estates officers in the Adarsh scam, in which a private housing society got NOC to construct a 31-storey complex on a plot in Colaba.

The plot was meant for Kargil war heroes but they did not get homes in the complex. The scam also cost then Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan his job.


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