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Dear All

as you all know about the DDA flat scam, there are more then 5 lakh application were collected by DDA and around 5500 were the person who got the name in the result list. out of them few were gone to the persons who involved in the scam but what about the rest of the persons who is not involve in the scam.

why the inocent people is questioned by the DDA and EOW and police? if they are finding some fraud in the Draw then why dont they canceled the draw insted of making it pening for years? what will happend if police take 4-5 month the solve this scam while most of them arranged 1.5 lakh and paid the intrest to the BANK? why police focused on 5500 allotte why not 5.5 lakh application?

there is so much questions and the allotte want to know?

can any one answer plese.?:(

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crabking

Dear All

as you all know about the DDA flat scam, there are more then 5 lakh application were collected by DDA and around 5500 were the person who got the name in the result list. out of them few were gone to the persons who involved in the scam but what about the rest of the persons who is not involve in the scam.

why the inocent people is questioned by the DDA and EOW and police? if they are finding some fraud in the Draw then why dont they canceled the draw insted of making it pening for years? what will happend if police take 4-5 month the solve this scam while most of them arranged 1.5 lakh and paid the intrest to the BANK? why police focused on 5500 allotte why not 5.5 lakh application?

there is so much questions and the allotte want to know?

can any one answer plese.?:(

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sandeepbaheti

crabking,

This portal is meant only for RTI related discussions. We cannot provide you rationale behind administrative actions by DDA and other authorities.

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crabking,

This portal is meant only for RTI related discussions. We cannot provide you rationale behind administrative actions by DDA and other authorities.

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