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Illegal sand mining case: CBI conducts searches; likely to summon Akhilesh, Prajapati ET Bureau | Updated: Jan 05, 2019, 07.50 PM IST 0 Comments Akhilesh Yadav was holding additional charge of the mining department between 2012 and June 2013. NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) carried out raids at over a dozen locations in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in connection with the illegal sand mining . The agency has registered a case on charges of criminal conspiracy, cheating, theft, extortion and under the Prevention of Corruption Act against B Chandrakala, an IAS officer, then District Magistrate of Hamirpur (Uttar Pradesh) and eleven others. Besides, unknown public servants and persons have also been booked. As per agency sources, the alleged role of former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is under the scanner. For, Yadav was holding the charge of the Mining Ministry during 2012-13. Sources added that the agency will investigate the alleged role of all Ministers, including senior SP leaders and bureaucrats allegedly involved in the mining scandal. Former Minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati, who held the portfolio of the mining department is also likely to be questioned by the CBI, said people with direct knowledge of the matter. The FIR reads that “the role of then mining Ministers during the period between 2012-2016 may be looked into during the course of investigation”. Those booked include Ramesh Kumar Mishra, MLC from Samajwadi party (SP) and Sanjay Dixit, BSP candidate. Properties of Mishra and BSP leader Ram Avtar Rajput were searched on Saturday. The residence of senior officers including Chandrakala were also raided by the CBI. Allegations against Chandrakala as the District Magistrate of Hamirpur during the Samajwadi party government had doled out undue favours to SP leaders who were alleged involved in the illegal mining. The agency had taken up the investigation on the directions of the Allahabad High Court. The agency last June had registered five preliminary enquiries (PEs) to probe allegations of illegal sand mining in Shamli, Hamirpur, Fatehpur, Siddharth Nagar and Deoria. It was alleged that public servants in criminal conspiracy with other accused allowed illegal mining of Minor Minerals in District Hamirpur (UP) during the period 2012-2016. It was further alleged that they had illegally granted fresh leases for mining of sand, renewed existing leases & permitted obstructed period to the existing lease holders and thereby caused wrongful loss to the Government exchequer and undue gain to themselves. It was also alleged that other persons were allowed to excavate minor minerals illegally, to commit theft of the minor minerals and to extort money from the lease holders as well as from the drivers of the vehicles transporting minor minerals. 0 Comments