Ghaziabad: The sword of action has been hanging on many responsible faces of the Modi group. In connection with the intervention of Cabinet Minister Om Prakash Rajbhar of the state government, the allegations of selling government land, not following the conditions and violating many other rules have been confirmed. Mandlayukt Dr. Prabhat Kumar has given the recommendation to the government to make a special audit by filing an FIR against the Board, including the vacant land in the government, including the inherent in the government. On August 20, backward class welfare and Divyangan empowerment minister, Om Prakash Rajbhar, sent a letter to the Mandlayukt , insisting on the movement letter of the workers of Modi Industries.
The Mandlayukt submitted the inquiry to the DM, whose report was sent by the DM on October 17 to the Commissioner. It was revealed in the investigation that in November 1995, the Department of Industries had given 125.8185 acres of land for the factory and employees for making Modi spinning and vending company to make nylon yarn and other synthetic fibers in Modinagar. The government had laid down three conditions for the use of the land given to Begumabad Budan, Bisokhar, Aurangabad Gadana of Modinagar, but the management of Modi Industries violated the conditions.
Acquired possession over allocated land: Investigation of the sale of crores of land on Modi Industries Minister Mahendra Kumar Modi and his son Manish Kumar Modi came to light that about 125 acres of land was allocated to Modipone, while around 127.64 acres of land was occupied on the spot. In it, industrial office in 8400 sq.m, residence and school of personnel on 166474 sqm, developed colonies at 104856 sqm, and 256818 sq ft of empty land was found. Permission was sought from the government to sell the land, but more land was sold than the area mentioned in the permit.
Investigation in the purchase of land was busted that the owner of Meerut promoter, Amit Grover and Ankit Grover Bricks and Home Company Modinagar, the so-called Secretary of IIC, Pradeep Consal purchased the land. Most land was bought and sold through the power of attorney through middlemen. Not only that, the management had promised to run three closed ventures, but there was also talk of refusal of the promise in the investigation.