The CBI has registered a case of cheating against three army officials who headed Military Farm in Pune between 2009-12 for allegedly causing losses of Rs 2.12 crore to the Ministry of Defence.
CBI sources said that a case has been registered against Col P K Bahugana, Lt Col J K Joseph and Lt Col Ajit Singh Bhadouria who were posted as the officer in charge of Military Farm, Pimpri, Pune, during different periods between 2009 and 2012.
They allegedly entered into criminal conspiracy and made fraudulent payments to a private company called Aasha Associates. CBI sources said these officers entered into a criminal conspiracy with proprietor of the dairy, Amarpal Singh, and other unknown persons. They made certain payments to the firm against the supply of milk by a dairy in Pune to the Military Farm, resulting in a loss of Rs 2.12 crore to the farm. The CBI has conducted searches in various locations in Pune, Jammu, Kolkata, Kota and New Delhi.
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