Chief parliamentary secretary Prahlad Singh Gillakhera has directed the district administration to constitute a committee to look into allegations of irregularities in construction of the BSF Group Housing Society in Gwalpahari and refer the enquiry to the state vigilance bureau if need be.
Sub-divisional magistrate (south) Capt Manoj Yadav presented a report running into more than 1,300 pages related to this issue during a meeting of the District Grievances Committee on Friday.
A total of 18 complaints were filed before Gillakhera who redressed most of them. Yadav said prime facie, he had found many violations and officials of the cooperative societies department were allegedly working in connivance with builders.
He alleged that prime land of the BSF Cooperative Society Ltd in Gwalpahari had been illegally sold off to GTM Builders.
Some violations include not depositing the membership fee, constructing more flats than allowed, selling common area for car parking, illegal sale of land for shopping complex, no community centre or EWS flats and printing fake letter pads of the society. No one from the society was present to counter the allegations.