Coal scam: If CBI smells a rat, PM should be accused No. 1

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    Coal scam: If CBI smells a rat, PM should be accused No. 1, former coal secretary PC Parakh says

    HYDERABAD: Former union coal secretary Prakash Chandra Parakh said on Tuesday that if the CBI smelt a conspiracy in allocation of coal blocks, then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should be an accused too since he signed off on the decision.

    "At the moment, I would only like to say that in its investigations, CBI is unable to make a distinction between bona fide decisions taken in public interest and wrong decisions. If CBI has come to conclusion that allocation of Talabira (coal blocks) to Hindalco was a conspiracy, then they should have made the Prime Minister, who approved the allocation, as accused No. 1," said Parakh.

    "It is strange that CBI should question my bona fides, when I initiated several measures to bring transparency in the coal sector despite several odds."

    Parakh's remarks came hours after he was named in the latest chargesheet filed by the CBI along with industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and his company.

    In fact, Parakh, a geologist-turned IAS officer of the 1969 batch of the Andhra Pradesh cadre, who now lives in Hyderabad, was described as the coalgate whistleblower and the inclusion of his name in the CBI chargesheet has surprised many following the scam closely.

    Parakh was appointed Union coal secretary in March 2004 and despite several attempts by ministers in the UPA government to unseat him remained in that post till he retired in December 2005.

    Although the Centre had decided to open the coal sector for discretionary allocations in 1993, it was only in May 2004, after the UPA government took over, that the allocations actually happened in big numbers. As coal secretary, Parakh headed a screening committee whose job was to hand over lucrative coal blocks for mining to private companies. According to sources, the beneficiaries of such allocations were companies that made political contributions to the Congress-led coalition.

    Parakh was also against the screening committee's approach of subdividing a coal block so that more companies could be accommodated. He proposed that the discretionary allocation of coal blocks be scrapped and replaced with competitive bidding. Parakh then moved a cabinet note recommending that the Coal Mining Act be amended with the help of an ordinance to bring about competitive bidding of coal blocks. The ordinance was nixed.

    Interestingly, while Shibhu Soren and Dasari Narayana Rao were the coal minister and minister of state respectively when the UPA government took over in May 2004, at the time when Parakh moved the cabinet note seeking the scrapping of the selective allocations of coal blocks in favour of competitive bidding, Soren had to resign due to political reasons and it was Manmohan Singh who was in-charge of coal ministry. The PM headed the ministry between July 2004 and November 2004, when Soren was reinstated.

    According to sources, not only Soren, but several MPs tried to get Parakh removed as coal secretary. Under pressure, the officer opted for voluntary retirement but in fact retired on his official date of December 2005. A few months ago, Parakh was of the view that the PM should have put his weight behind competitive bidding.

    Coal scam: If CBI smells a rat, PM should be accused No. 1, former coal secretary PC Parakh says - The Times of India
     
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    Kumar Birla, former coal secretary named in new Coalgate FIR

    NEW DELHI: The CBI on Tuesday registered an FIR against one of India's best-known industrialists Kumar Mangalam Birla and his company Hindalco, along with former coal secretary P C Parakh, for alleged irregularities in the allocation of a coal block, sending shockwaves among the corporate world and bureaucracy.

    It also put a fresh spotlight on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Parakh alleging that the allocation was approved by the PM and the CBI should have made him the "accused number one".

    Sources said the FIR, the 14th into the mega scam, relates to the allegedly illegality in letting Hindalco access 15% of the deposits from a coal block in Odisha, Talabira II, which was earmarked exclusively for PSUs.

    The AV Birla Group angrily reacted to the allegation and dismissed it as preposterous. "The reality of the matter is very different from what has been projected ... the actual allocation of the mine was done in November 2005, which is nine years after the first application was made. To imply that our chairman, Kumar Mangalam Birla, managed to overturn the decision of the screening committee is preposterous," Hindalco MD Debu Bhattacharya said in a statement.

    CBI sources familiar with details of the case said those named in the FIR have been accused of criminal conspiracy, criminal misconduct and misuse of official position under Section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code and relevant sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

    CBI teams carried out coordinated searches at six locations in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Delhi and Bhubaneswar.

    The development also came as a jolt to the bureaucracy, surprising many senior officials who sympathized with Parakh. The former coal secretary has a reputation for honesty, and had criticized the policy of allocation of coal blocks by the government, saying it led to windfall gains for the allottees. In fact, he had also argued for the blocks to be auctioned.

    Parakh is the second former coal secretary after H C Gupta to be named in a Coalgate case.

    Given Birla's standing as a leading corporate chief who has not been stained by any controversy, as well as Parakh's credentials as an honest bureaucrat, there was considerable curiosity about the type of evidence CBI has collected. The FIR, it is learnt, does not mention the date or venue where Birla met Parakh to get the decision of the screening committee altered. It is also silent on whether money changed hands or favours were granted.

    However, sources in the CBI justified the FIR saying it was based on evidence gathered through professional investigation. "We have foolproof evidence," a senior CBI officer said.

    Giving details, sources said Talabira II was allocated to a PSU, Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC), while Talabira III was allocated to another PSU, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited, in 2005 under what was known as "government dispensation scheme". The coal blocks allocated under the scheme were to be mined exclusively by PSUs.

    However, the decision was changed after Birla had a detailed meeting with then coal secretary Parakh, CBI sources claimed. The investigating agency has accused Parkah of overturning the decision, taken by the screening committee of the coal ministry at its 25th meeting, and let Hindalco mine Talabira II on a sharing basis. The agency has also alleged that while the irregularity hurt NLC, the PSU chose to keep mum.

    "To include a private company was against the norms as the allocations were done under government dispensation scheme where only PSUs were eligible," said a senior CBI officer.

    This is the first FIR to have been filed by the CBI in connection with the alleged irregularities in the implementation of the "government dispensation scheme".

    According to a coal ministry showcause notice issued on September 29, 2010 to Hindalco, NLC and Mahanadi Coalfield, mining has not started in Talabira I and Talabira II yet.

    The show cause notice said "critical milestones such as bank guarantee, forest clearance, land acquisition were still pending for the Talabira II coal block".

    The Supreme Court monitored Coalgate investigation has already seen the CBI naming Naveen Jindal, a Congress MP and chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd, former Union minister Dasari Narayan Rao, Lokmat group chief and Congress MP Vijay Darda and several other industrialists and officials.

    The probe has witnessed several dramatic moments, as an attempt by Ashwini Kumar to interfere with the CBI probe when he was law minister resulted in his exit from the Cabinet.

    Several crucial files on allocation of coal blocks have mysteriously disappeared from the government, leading the opposition to demand the resignation of the prime minister.

    Kumar Birla, former coal secretary named in new Coalgate FIR - The Times of India
     
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    Quite a stink!
     
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    Somehow desh Ki Bhau( Mrs Rajiv) is not accused in any of the scams. She is the chairman & controller of UPA but she is not mentioned in any scams or looting's. Her name is not mentioned even by our media!!

    what a cleaver bean she is & what sort of Idiots & foolish we Indians are( shielding & protecting her)? something is really wrong with us. I am fine if any Indian had such clever brain & scammed our money but she being a foreigner & controlling 1.2 billion Indians & looting.

    :sad:
     
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    Don't torture poor old Dehati Aurat. :rofl:
     
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    Italian waitress & her family has made Mother India Dehati Aurat
     
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    Manmohan ji ka time aa gaya lagta hai - to be shamed and discarded like PVNR in dastardly Congi fashion ???

    After PVNR stepped down from PM post corruption cases were piled on him so much that he had to sell his house to fight the cases.
     
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    It is interesting that this UPA Govt is going after all those who have stood up against the misdeed of the Govt!
     
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    On another thread, I had told you guys that just like PVNR, MMS too has his rajyoga by Rahu. This planet has the power to bring a person from obscurity and make him a king. PVNR was not even given a ticket in 1991 elections but he broght back from retirement and made the PM. Once his Rahu rajyoga ended, he was nearly sent to jail. same fate awaits MMS. Rahu will ensure that he is also hounded like PVNR and dragged to courts for the rest of his life.
     
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    The major culprits should be punished too hopefully - MMS was put forward as clean mask to carry on much corruption.

    Mate , any good books on astrology you can recommend ? Also, is there difference between S and N Indian way ? You seem quite well informed on this subject.
     
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    Coalgate: Many private firms not capable of mining, says ex-coal secretary had told CAG

    NEW DELHI: The government has defended the delay by some private companies in starting mining in blocks allotted to them by blaming lack of various statutory clearances. But this argument runs contrary to what the coal ministry had told the Comptroller and Auditor General during its exit interview on the coal reports when asked why these blocks, allotted in a rush to step up production, remained unmined.

    Then coal secretary Alok Perti, during the exit interview of the ministry with top CAG officials on February 9, 2012, had said the private companies lacked expertise to mine and their attempt to find a foreign partner failed as these firms wanted a stake in the coal produced which was not allowed by the ministry for lack of such provision under the captive consumption agreement.

    "There was lack of expertise in the private sector for mining and foreign parties were reluctant to come unless they were provided a part of the coal production," Perti told CAG officials, giving reasons why many of the 57 private companies in question had failed to start operation. In fact, sharing of coal was not allowed under allotment of mines for captive consumption.

    This admission points to lack of due diligence on companies that were allocated vital national resources - many of them were not competent to be allocated mines since they had no expertise in mining and had not provided any assurance how they will achieve this task once mines were allocated to them.

    With the opposition demanding a response from the government on the due diligence adopted for applicants, it will be difficult for the coal ministry to explain how the allocations served the purpose of augmenting coal supplies for captive plants, the ground on which mines were allocated.

    Private companies were allocated coal blocks for captive use to facilitate capacity addition for power generation in the country. The allocations were done on the recommendation of the Energy Coordination Committee, under the Prime Minister's Office, which was of the view that capacity increase would help in enhancement of power generation. Thus, private companies were favoured with new blocks over public sector undertakings. In some cases, even blocks were de-allocated from PSUs and given to private companies.

    On another specific query during the exit interview whether there were issues relating to coordination with other ministries which affected augmentation of production of coal, the then coal secretary said better coordination with the power ministry was required. He also suggested online application for various statutory clearances like environmental and forest ones that would further cut down on delays and facilitate speedy approval.

    Under attack from the opposition, the government is in the process of reviewing mine allocations to companies that have defaulted on starting operation. De-allocations of these mines are not ruled out with the Inter-Ministerial Group on coal meeting on Monday to discuss the issue.


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    It is time the real truth comes out and the people of India know who all are to blame and who dipped their hands in the till.

    As Arnab Goswami says - the Nation wants to know!

    It is time for the PM, who has presided over all these scams give a detailed account of each so that his personal reputation of integrity and leadership is not tarnished in the sunset of his life.

    By emulating Mauni Baba, he is losing the sheen that has protected his reputation so far.

    Sycophant underlings like Kapil Sibal's grinning face spouting nonsense that is proved to be lies, are not required to murky the waters already murkied!

    It is more dangerous when a lie gets exposed than when the lie is said with a straight face!

    Filing FIRs against minions like Secretaries is more dangerous, since they are seasoned chaps and know all the secrets and when they sing, it might be Davy Jones Locker for many a politician and the 'mentors' as the skeletons keeping spilling out from the cupboard!

    The ex Secretaries are already singing this:

     
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    Arnab Goswami and his daily fish market @9pm.
     
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    I love that circus, but keep NewsX on the flip to hear Akhtar Khan (I hope I got name right),who I think is the best anchor sine he allows everyone his time and does not pontificate!)
     
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    My favourites too - Arnab for his no holds barred style (though one needs to turn down the volume a bit for his Newshour) and NewsX Khan guy !
     
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    Buy Bhrigu Samhita and Parashari books on astrology. N & S are same but S uses a diff panchang which has a diff of 30mins w.r.t N panchang and few more minor differences.
     
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    You can buy Bhrigu Samhita? I thought you had to get yours read in Hoshiyarpur?
     
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    Rishi Bhrigu was worshipping Lord Vishnu and having waited for him to appear before him, he travelled to vaikunth dhaam. Seeing him asleep he kicked him in the chest. Lord Vishnu was woken up while Goddess Luxmi watched it all. Lord Vishnu apologised to him and stated that he hoped that the leg of the Rishi is not hurt.
    Goddess Lakhsmi did not like this ill treatment of her husband and cursed Rishi Bhrigu that she will never visit the house of any Brahmin after that. Rishi Bhrigu too got angry and told her that being the child of Mata Saraswati, he will create such knowledge that who so ever has that will always be rolling in money and Goddess Lakshmi will not be able to stop that.
    he than created Jyotish-The Light of Knowledge of God.
    That book came to be known as Bhrigu Samhita which contains the sutras for janampatri making and the rules and laws by which this science is governed. When he was teaching them to his pupils, they used to question him randomly about the people who will be born in next yugas and what will be their future, Rishi Bhrigu used to tell the future based on his science. It was like students solving mathematical equations in class.
    Now the problem started. everyone came to know about his future even for their next births and so the control of shrishthi became a problem. All Devaas went to Lord Shiva and asked him for solution. Lord Shiva stole those janampatries and threw them into River ganga so that no one able to learn proper Jyotish as he cud not destroy the knowledge created by Rishi Bhrigu. Some of them flew off and were collected by a brahmin family living on the banks of Ganga who are now settlled in Hoshiyarpur and Nepal.

    So what you get in Hoshiyarpur are those manuscripts and not everyone finds his janampatri there. The original book of knowledge was preserved by Brahmins using memory and was put down in book form which is now called Bhrigu samhita.
    You will be shocked to know that four Vedas had existed for over 50k yrs in the form of a single veda which used to be memorised by brahmins and never written down. rishi VedVyas of Mahabharat fame who was the biological father of Kaurav and Pandavas and Vidur, converted that single veda into four vedas which we know today. he came to be known as Ved Vyas for that reason. His real name was krishndwipayan and he was born of Matsyagandha and rishi Parasher on an island in Ganga river.
    Matshyagandha was a fisherwomen who had outstanding features but was dark and smelled of fish. One day Rishi Parasher took her boat to cross river ganga. he was drawn to her beauty and made a proposal that he will change her complexion to fairy white and give her body a smell which wud attract men from a Yojan. She agreed and Rishi Parasher did what he did resulting in birth of krishdwipayan on that isolated island of River ganga. Matshyagandha became Yojangandha who we all know as Satyawati of Mahabharat.
     
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    10 Things To Know About The Missing Coal Files

    1. The Missing Coal Files

    The mystery of the missing files first surfaced in May 2013 after the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) asked the coal ministry for key files in April pertaining to its investigation into the coal block allocation scam. The CBI said these files contained “crucial information” on the 13 FIRs already registered for 13 controversial coal block allocations and would help in probing other questionable allocations. The first notification about files going missing came from the concerned section in the coal ministry vide a letter in May 2013.

    2. The Number of Missing Files

    The number of missing files was initially pegged at 157 – the number of applications for coal blocks allocation. These relate to 45 allocations, being probed by the CBI, made between 1993 and 2004. The CBI has asked for around 250 missing files. These relate to 11 coal blocks allocations between 2006-2009 and allocations to joint ventures. The government has claimed files before 2004 are missing.

    3. Who maintains the records

    Coal Allocation (I & II) sections are responsible for maintaining all records pertaining to allocation of coal blocks. Files can move from one section to the other only when a senior bureaucrat has made notes on it and asked for comments of another.

    Coal block allocation files are kept with-

    Three Sections with officers: CBA (Coal Blocks Allocation), CBM (Coal Blocks Monitoring), CA- (I&II)

    Two Undersecretaries each for CA-I & CA-II

    Three Directors each with charge of CBA, CBM & CA-II

    One Joint Secretary (Coal)

    One Secretary, Ministry of Coal

    Current officers in coal ministry

    SK Srivastava, Secretary, Coal Min

    AK Bhalla, Jt Secy, Coal

    SK Shahi, Dir, CS-I

    Anurag Kapil, Dir, CS-II

    SK Shahi has been given charge of hunting out the missing files through the search committee.

    These officials are all accountable for coal block allocation files missing from the coal ministry

    4. Search Committee

    The government did not reply to CBI’s April letter for the files but constituted an inter-ministerial search committee to look for the missing files after CBI complained of lack of governmental cooperation. The search committee has met only once as yet and is led by SK Shahi, one of the men responsible for the records’ safekeeping. Some government departments who could have copies of the files and applications have said they do not. The hunt goes on.

    5. What is Important in the Files

    Of the 257 documents, nearly 150 are related to the period between 1993 and 2004 in which 45 coal blocks were allocated. The rest pertain to around 11 allocations of coal blocks during 2006-09, which the CBI is probing after registering its first information report.

    6. Crucial Notings and Notes in the Files

    Copies of files in other ministries and PSUs (CIL, CCCL, etc) would not have the important hand written file notings (often on the margin of the files) of bureaucrats and ministers that could provide leads to the CBI. The files contain key documents including application forms and annexures supporting the application, minutes of screening committee meetings, objections raised by officials during the meetings and other records that are crucial for the CBI to prove its case.

    7. Can files move out of the Ministry

    As per the government’s records management manual, files pertaining to old records in any ministry are stored in a records room unless requisitioned. These are old allocations (some before 2004) and to remove them, someone has to bypass the coal ministry’s records officer with a requisition slip that helps track the files. Otherwise the records officer is accountable for the loss. The record keepers in this case are section officers working under SK Shahi and Anurag Kapil, both directors of the coal ministry in coal block allocation.

    8. Politics on the Missing Files

    The BJP has been relentlessly holding up Parliament demanding an answer from the government on the missing files. BJP says the files going missing benefits three sets of people– the beneficiary companies (and individuals) who received coal block allocations; the screening committee (based on its deliberations) and the minister and his office (bureaucrats and officials).The BJP says that the bulk of the questionable allocations took place while PM Manmohan Singh held charge of the coal ministry.

    9. Who were in office during the allocations

    The files relate to applications for coal block allocations and deliberations over a span of time. There were several people in office over that time. This includes ministers of coal, ministers and bureaucrats in ministry of mines before 2003, bureaucrats in coal ministry and all members of the screening committees who approved the questionable allocations.

    Ministers

    UPA-II coal minister –

    Sriprakash Jaiswal (incumbent since 2012)

    Manmohan Singh (PM) (four months in 2004 and from 2007 to 2012)

    UPA-I coal minister – Sibu Soren, May 2004 to 2007, except July 24 – November 27 2004

    2003 – Ministry of coal separated from ministry of mines

    Ministers of mines

    Mamata Banerjee (January 2004 – May 2004) AITC

    Ram Vilas Paswan (September 2001 – April 2002) LJP

    Syed Shanawaz Hussain (2001 minister of coal) BJP

    Sunder Lal Patwa (2000-2001) BJP

    Naveen Patnaik (minister of mines – 1998 – 2000) BJD

    Union Minister of State for Coal

    Pratik Prakashbabpu Patil (incumbent MoS coal)

    UPA-II – Sriprakash Jaiswal, later elevated to union coal minister in cabinet reshuffle Congress

    Santosh Bagrodia (April 2008-May 2009) Congress

    MoS Coal – Dasari Narayan Rao (2004-06)

    Prahlad Singh Patel (2003)

    Ravi Shankar Prasad (2001)

    Dilip Ray 1998

    Mining secretaries

    I. G. Jhingran (1993 to 1994)

    Ashok C. Sen (1995 to 1996)

    B. B. Tandon (1997 to 1998)

    Arvind Varma (1998 to 1999)

    Deepak Chatterjee (1999 to 2002)

    Dr. A. K. Kundra (2002 to 2003)

    In 2003, ministry of coal was separated from union ministry of coal and mines

    Coal secretaries

    PC Parakh (March 2004-Dec 2005) (Picked by Mamata Banerjee and said to be the whistleblower of the scam)

    HC Gupta (2006-09) (Most of the controversial allocations were made during this time)

    C Balakrishnan

    Alok Perti (2011 and 2012) (previous special secy, coal) and Zohra Chatterji (additional secretary at that time)

    SK Shrivastav (2012-now)

    Other important officials related to Coalgate

    TKA Nair, Former Principal Secy, PM and now Adviser to PM

    DC Garg (Chief, Western Coalfields Ltd) under CBI scanner

    10. Some beneficiaries of coal block allocations during the period being probed

    JSPL (owned by Naveen Jindal)
    Gagan Sponge Iron Private Limited
    GVK
    KSK Energy Ventures (recommended by Narendra Modi)
    KSK Mahanadi (recommended by Narendra Modi)
    Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (recommended by Narendra Modi)
    SKS Ispat (recommended by ex-minister Subodhkant Sahai)
    Essar Power Ltd
    Sterlite Energy Ltd
    GMR Energy Ltd
    Lanco Group
    Reliance Energy Limited
    Grasim Industries
    Electrotherm
    IST Steel & Power
    Electrosteel Castings
    Rungta Mines
    Maharashtra Seamless
    Jayaswal Neco
    Neelachal Iron & Power Generation & Bajrang Ispat
    Navbharat Power Private Limited
    Murli Industries
    Monet Ispat and Energy
    Pushp Steel and Mining
    Vini Iron and Steel Udyog Ltd
    NSL Power & Infratech
    Nalwa Sponge Iron Limited


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