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Vigilance bureau raids Badal's residence

June 28, 2003 18:32 IST

Punjab Vigilance Bureau sleuths on Saturday raided the residence of former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal in Chandigarh in connection with the disproportionate assets case registered against him and seven others, including his wife and son.

A Kharar court had on Friday issued search warrants for 16 properties of Badal in Punjab, Delhi and Haryana.

None of the other 15 properties, for which warrants have been issued, have been searched so far.


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Sub: Search of Badals Properties.

Sir, Why action was delayed so long? If there is crime committed and there is evidence of this, the matter should be persued vigoursly and ...


Posted by Mohindersingh





Sub: Dare to raid Modi's residence?

Badal's residence , being minority community member, can be raided. But despite Gujarat, Modi is still in power. Is India having democracy or in real ...


Posted by Sunilkulkarni





Sub: comment on raid

Which Politician is honest???? Is hamam mein sab nange hain. This country is for politician and not for honest law abiding citizens.


Posted by anil kumar





Sub: DISPROPORTIONATE CASE AGAINST BADAL

Since independence not a single politician has been arrested on corruption. Nothing is going to happen here also. Ultimately nothing will be proved in the ...


Posted by vrkalyanakrishnan




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