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Punjab govt constitutes commission to probe into alleged irregularities in sand mining auctions

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Inquiry Commission has been constituted by the Punjab Government to probe into alleged irregularities in the sand mining auctions case involving Cabinet Minister Rana Gurjit Singh.

The one-man Inquiry Commission of the retired Punjab and Haryana High Court judge, Justice J S Narang, will probe all aspects of the allegations of impropriety against Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjit Singh in the multi-crore sand mining auctions conducted recently by the state government.

Disclosing this in Chandigarh yesterday, a spokesperson of the Punjab government said the notification to this effect has been issued which mandates the Commission to inquire whether the terms and conditions of the bid were adhered to while awarding the tender of the two mines.

The commission has also been mandated to inquire whether the Minister has received any undue financial benefit or gain from the award of such two mines to the bidders and if there has been any loss to the state revenue.

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