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Illegal mining case: Digambar Kamat summoned for questioning on Nov 21

By Vikas

Former Goa minister Digambar Kamat, who is an accused in the illegal mining case, has been summoned for questioning by the SIT on November 21, said reports.

Kamat, who was the state Mines Minister when the alleged illegality happened, had been quizzed by the crime branch in the past as well.

Former Goa minister Digambar Kamat

The SIT is investigating a complaint filed by the Mines and Geology department in July 2013 seeking to fix criminal liability on those involved in the illegal mining as pointed out by various committees, including the Centre-appointed Justice M B Shah Commission.

The crime branch had registered an FIR in August 2013 against those named in reports prepared by Shah Commission and other committees, including Digambar Kamat, former Mines and Geology department director Arvind Lolienkar and some other officials of the department, besides officials of mining firms. 

 The FIR was registered under sections 120 (b) (conspiracy), 166 (public servant disobeying law with intent to cause injury to any person) of the IPC and under Prevention of Corruption Act, Mines and Minerals Development Act, Mineral Conservation and Development Rules and Goa Prevention of Illegal Mining Transportation, Storage of Minerals Rules 2004.

OneIndia News with PTI inputs

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