HC reserves order on petition seeking quashing of probe against Union Min Shekhawat
| Thursday | 6th August, 2020
The petition to quash the lower court’s order was filed in the HC by Kevalchand Dakliya who is allegedly Shekhawat’s friend and a shareholder in Sanjivani Credit Cooperative Society.
The Rajasthan High Court has reserved the order in an appeal against the lower court order, of July 21, which allowed the Special Operation Group (SOG) to investigate the alleged role of Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat his wife Naunad Kanwar and their alleged friends Rajendra Baheti and Kevalchand Dakliya in the Rs 884-crore Sanjivani Credit Cooperative Society fraud case.
The appeal in the High Court was filed in July 28 seeking quashing of a lower court order that directed investigation. The fraud case was registered by the SOG in August 2019.
The lower court issued the order on the basis of a revision petition filed by two complainants, Ladu Singh and Guman Singh from Barmer, who had invested Rs 68 lakh in the co-operative society and were denied their dues upon maturity of the sum.
The petition to quash the lower court’s order was filed in the HC by Kevalchand Dakliya who is allegedly Shekhawat’s friend and a shareholder in Sanjivani Credit Cooperative Society
“After arguments, the court has reserved its orders,” said Vivek Bajwa, counsel for Dakliya.
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