MLA Champion made serious allegation against Ex CM Harish Rawat

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BJP MLA Kunwar Pranav Singh Champion alleged that former Chief Minister Harish Rawat has made embezzlement of more than Rs 100 crore with the connivance of Haridwar District Panchayat president Savita choudhary. He addressed the media in the presence of three administrators i.e. Sattar, Ex MLA Mohammad Shahzad and his wife Devyani singh here in Dehradun today. Shahzad claimed that if the facts, which they have circulated to media, proven wrong then he would quit politics forever.

He said that Narendra Modi led NDA regime and Trivendra singh Rawat led Uttarakhand government have adopted zero tolerance policy which is why we have managed to unearth this embezzlement. He said that we had submitted a petition to the chief minsiter and govenrment had conducted enquiry through Hardwar DM, They have submitted their report and found embezzlement has happened which is why government has appointed three member committee for routine work and seized the power of district panchayat president with immediate effect.

Since appointment administrator has gone through facts and figure. So far they have unearthed scam of Rs 100 crore. He also claimed that many more such revelation to come in future. In view of this he has sought appointment from chief minister Trivendra singh rawat and will apprise him about this. they would demand high level inquiry on it. they also circulated a letter signed by principal secreary Manisha Panwar among media person.

They alleged that sacked president Savita Choudhary has committed anomalies in allotment of shops. As the shops market price were Rs 25-30 lakh but they allocated @ Rs 2.5- 3 lakh only to their near and dear ones. They presented 12 points anomalies and with this they have made dent of Rs 100 crore to the state exchequer.

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