Congress sacks tainted Chavan and Kalmadi

Congress sacks tainted Chavan and Kalmadi

The Congress gave the marching orders to Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan and hat Commonwealth Games chief Suresh Kalmadi.

Chavan’s ouster comes in view of how top generals, bureaucrats and politicians had cornered prime real estate in Mumbai that was meant for war veterans, including Kargil heroes, and how the chief minister’s mother-in-law and two relatives had been allotted flats valued in the market at about Rs 8 crores in the 31-storey building named Adarsh.

Kalmadi quit because of multiple charges of financially questionable deals and operational tardiness including highly inflated contracts and the state of preparedness of the CWG organizers.


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