Saturday, February 16, 2019

Military Scams by congress from1947 to 2002

Scams of dynasty party, sorry could mention scams of all 22 thugs because even excel sheet will not be enough for that 🤣😂🤣😂🤣
1948 - Jeep scandal case[430]
1947 - INA treasure chest disappearance[431]
1956 - BHU funds misappropriation – ₹5 million (US$70,000)
1965 - Kalinga tubes scandal
1976 - Kuo oil scandal – ₹22 million (US$310,000)
1974 - Maruti scandal











1971 - Nagarwala scandal – ₹6 million (US$83,000)
1989 - St Kitts forgery
1987 - Bofors scandal
1981 - Cement Scam involving A R Antulay – ₹300 million (US$4.2 million)
1998 - Teak Plantation Scam (Anubhav Group Scam)
1997 - Jalgaon housing scam
Cobbler scam
Sheregar Scam
Kerala ice cream parlour sex scandal
1996 -Sukh Ram telecom equipment scandal - Sukh Ram convicted for 3 years.
C.R. Bhansali scam – ₹11 billion (US$150 million)
Fertiliser import scam – ₹1.33 billion (US$19 million)
1995 - Meghalaya forest scam – ₹3 billion (US$42 million)
Preferential allotment scam – ₹50 billion (US$700 million)
Yugoslav Dinar Scam – ₹4 billion (US$56 million)
Purulia arms drop case
1994 - Sugar import scam
1992 - Harshad Mehta securities scam – ₹50 billion (US$700 million)
Palmolein Oil Import Scam, Kerala
Indian Bank scandal – ₹13 billion (US$180 million)






1990 - Airbus scandal
2009 - Goa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) scam
JVG Scam : Sainik Farm land baron V K Sharma.
Rice export scam – ₹25 billion (US$350 million)
Orissa paddy scam
Sukhna land scam – Darjeeling
Austral Coke scam – ₹10 billion (US$140 million
State Bank of Saurashtra scam – ₹950 million (US$13 million)
Army ration pilferage scam – ₹50 billion (US$700 million)
Paazee Forex scam – ₹8 billion (US$110 million)
Cash-at-judge's door scam 









2006 - Penny stock scam
Punjab city centre project scam – ₹15 billion (US$210 million)
Uttar Pradesh ayurveda scam – ₹260 million (US$3.6 million)
2004 - Taj Co-operative Group Housing Scheme scam ₹40 billion (US$560 million)
IPO scam
Bihar flood relief scam – ₹170 million (US$2.4 million)
Oil for food scam-K







2003 - HUDCO scam
Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare scholarship scam
2002 - Stamp paper scam – ₹200 billion
Provident Fund (PF) scam
Ketan Parekh securities scam/UTI scam – ₹320 million (US$4.5 million)
Calcutta Stock Exchange scam
For your information
Major Scams under UPA Government
Bofors Scam: The Bofors scam looks like a trademark of scams and corruption in India. This scam in 1980s involved the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Hindujas and many other powerful names. The scam was about winning a bid to provide India with 155 mm field howitzers. The scam was related to the Indian defense and security, so was of much concern.
2G Spectrum Scam (2008): One of the biggest scams in India was the 2G scam, in which telecom minister A. Raja was charged for issuing 2G licenses to private telecom players at very cheap rates in 2008. No rules and regulations were followed but only favoritism was preferred while issuing the license. The scam cost Rs 1.76 lakh crore to the government. 











The government kept the entry fee for spectrum license at 2001 prices. Licenses was also issued to the companies with no prior experience in telecom. The mobile subscriber base in India touched 350 million in 2008 from 4 million in 2001.
Satyam Scam (2009): Indian investors and shareholders were badly affected by the scam involving Satyam Computer Services. The Satyam Scam involved Rs. 14,000 crore and was one of the biggest scams in the corporate world. Former Chairman Ramalinga Raju was involved in the scam, who kept everything under cover. He later confessed of falsifying the company’s accounts by US $1.47 billion. Later in the year, 46% share of Satyam was bought by Tech Mahindra, who absorbed and revived the company.







Commonwealth Games Scam (2010): A huge amount of money for preparing and conducting the Commonwealth Games India was misused in the Commonwealth Games Scam. The total worth of Commonwealth Games Scam is estimated to be Rs. 70,000 crore. Again, many Indian politicians, bureaucrats and corporate bigwigs were involved in the scam. The face of the scam was Suresh Kalmadi, the Congress party representative to the 15th Lok Sabha from the Pune constituency. At that time, Kalmadi was the Chairman of the Organising Committee of the Delhi Commonwealth Games. Other big-shots involved were Sheila Dikshit, the then chief minister of Delhi and Robert Vadra. The payments were made to non-existent parties and prices were inflated while purchasing equipment, execution was delayed, and so on.
Coal Scam (2012): With the Coal Scam, the government bore a loss of Rs 1.86 lakh crore. The CAG presented a report and stated the irregularities involved in the auctioning of 194 coal blocks. The government decided not to auction coal blocks between 2004 and 2011. The coal blocks were then sold to different parties and private companies. This decision led to huge loss in terms of revenue.
Chopper Scam (2012): This scam is an example of bribery and corruption in India which involved many politicians, senior officials in India like former Indian Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal S.P. Tyagi, and helicopter manufacturer Augusta Westland. 















The company had given bribe to get a contract for supplying 12 helicopters worth USD 610 million. A note presented on March 15, 2008 in an Italian court indicates that the Congress President Sonia Gandhi was also involved in the scam.
Tatra truck scam (2012): The case against Vectra Chairman Ravi Rishiformer and Army Chief Gen. V.K. Singh had been registered by the Enforecement Directorate under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The scam involved a sum of Rs. 14 crore as bribe. The bribe was given to make way for purchasing 1,676 Tatra trucks for the Army.
Adarsh Scam (2012): The Adarsh Housing Scam is related to the allocation of flats below market rates in a very posh 31-storey building, the Adarsh Housing Society in Colaba, Mumbai. The society was made for war widows and personnel of India’s Ministry of Defence. Over a period of time, rules and regulation were modified for the allocation of flats. Allegations have been made against three former chief ministers of Maharashtra – Sushilkumar Shinde, Vilasrao Deshmukh and Ashok Chavan. Also, the land belonged to the defence.

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