Mumbai, Apr 20 (IBNS) The commission probing the Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society scam has not given a clean chit to former Maharashtra Chief Ministers, said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Eknath Khadse.
The Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly said: "The Commission has not given clean chit to former CMs in the Adarsh scam. The application for land for the Adarsh Society went to the revenue department and not the Defence Ministry."
"The state has crossed all limits in terms of corruption. The problem has reached the level of ministers and the Chief Ministers. Ashok Chavan had to resign," he said.
The Maharashtra government constituted two-member judicial commission investigating the Adarsh scam said the land on which the controversial building was constructed belong to the state and not to the Army.
The commission also stated that the building was not reserved for war heroes and families of Kargil martyrs.
The report is said to have highlighted the committee´s findings on the ownership of the plot in Colaba that was allotted to Adarsh and whether the land was for housing the Kargil war widows and war heroes or not.