Imphal, April 5,
Hitting hard to the state government spokesperson , Th Bishwajit, Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) today demanded NIA probe over the issue of withdrawal of huge amount of money using forged Check Drawal Authority (CDA)
Speaking to media persons at Congress Bhavan, Harishwar Goswami, Spokespersons, MPCC said that MLA Bishwajit responds MPCC have already submitted with full evidence for the withdrawal of fund.
“Bishwajit’s clarification at which he stated that no fund have been withdrawn using forged CDA is unacceptable”, Goswami said.
He added that as per response by the government spokesperson Bishwajit , MPCC now finds three versions which actually showed that financial misappropriation has been committed.
“The contention by MPCC against the withdrawal of fund using forged CDA which showed that a controversial liability inside the department just for their own benefit”, he added.
Tilotama Loitongbam, President Mahila Mandal MPCC clarified that MPCC have not put up any allegation against BJP but what they have arise is a question to bring out the truth in white paper against the misuse of fund and withdrawal using forged CDA.
Government must understand and work wisely if Manipur State faced financial crisis due to deficit or overdraft of funds as this would make the people into deep trouble, she added.
Tilotama questioned why Works Department is denying about the withdrawal of fund while the Finance Department and PWD had clearly said that there have been withdrawal of funds for four works though they were manage to hold on other fund that were about to be withdrawn.
“Government should bring out in white paper that exactly how much funds have been withdrawn and how many have been misuse”, said Tilotama.
MPCC demands that if the case on the missing guns which were flash in front of public by Chief Minister can be handed over to NIA, similarly the fresh case of the misuse of funds and withdrawal of funds using forged CDA should also be handed over to NIA and transparency should be shown to the public, Tilotama asserts.