Udit Narayan Appeared in Jalandhar Court for Recorded Statement in Bhagat Singh Scam Case

Bollywood's famous singer Udit Narayan has appeared in Jalandhar court in the case of misappropriation of government funds.
Udit Narayan Appeared in Jalandhar Court for Recorded Statement in Bhagat Singh Scam Case
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Bollywood's famous singer Udit Narayan has appeared in Jalandhar court in the case of misappropriation of government funds. In the year 2011, during the birth centenary celebrations of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh in Nawanshahr, a case of misappropriation of government funds came to the fore.

In which the then Divisional Commissioner Swaran Singh, owner of JS Enterprises Vikas Mehra resident of Faridabad, Sanjay resident of Faridabad and Satveer Singh Bajwa resident of Chandigarh were nominated. Udit Narayan appeared in the court of District and Sessions Judge Rupinderjit Chahal in Jalandhar to testify in this case.

In this regard, Senior Advocate Sanjeev Bansal told that Udit Narayan had testimony in this case. Udit Narayan told the court that one lakh rupees had been fixed to invite him to this gathering. A check for the same amount was also given to him. Apart from this, 12 lakh rupees were given to his team. He confirmed this fact before the court. The case was registered on the complaint of Surjit Singh Grewal, the then SSP of Vigilance Bureau.

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Image Credit: ANI news

Allegations of misappropriation of government funds by taking advantage of the post

Advocate Sanjeev Bansal told that Swaran Singh had misused the government funds by taking advantage of his position in the ceremony. About Rs 3 crore 15 lakh was misappropriated in this government function. After which a case was registered against all of them.

For this gathering, Swaran Singh had also called other actors to make their mark in Bollywood. They were given less amount but were cheated by showing more than the papers. In the coming days, the testimony of more singers and artists will be recorded in this case. The next hearing of the case will be on September 29.

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