Corrupt India: CBI stranded, Adarsh evidences go missing

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Mumbai, May 17: The aam admi (common man) of the nation have watched a struggle by Gandhian crusader Anna Hazare against looming corruption in India which had become a mass protest nation-wide. But disappointments pursue Indians like a nightmare as several incidents prove that corruption is not yet ready to be rooted out so easily.

India has been jilted with different scams like - 2G spectrum scam, CWG irregularities and many more. Adarsh housing scam is one of them which has ashamed the nation. Now what multiplied the disgrace - corruption entangled the investigation to unearth the wrongdoings of Indian Babus.

The investigating agency, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has informed the special CBI court that one out of the 10 hard disks from the Urban Development department - pertaining to the case has gone missing. This was not the first time when evidences related to Adarsh scam had gone missing.

Environment Ministry also had reported that a file related to the Adarsh case was untraceable. The matter came to the light when a CBI official visited MOEF office in Delhi, seeking copies of the letters. "The ministry officials said the files are untraceable. We have now asked them to give us a complaint in writing after which further course of action would be decided," the official said.

All these incidents has made the CBI helpless to nail down the corrupt babus with high profiles. Many big names have been come out in the Adarsh scam investigation and former Maharshtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan and Vilasrao Deshmukh are two prominent names among them.

Mumbai's Adarsh Housing society was meant to build for the heroes and their kins of the Kargil war. The scam came under the limelight after voices were raised claiming that the housing violated environmental norms. Ashok Chavan was forced to table his resignation over his alleged role in the whole scam.

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