CBI seeks details of people who funded house construction for Tsunami affected families


Kannan Nair/ Mathrubhumi news

The investigation agency forwarded a letter to the district administration demanding information about the people who spent money for the construction of houses.

Houses constructed for Tsunami affected families | Photo: mathrubhumi news

Kollam: CBI is looking into the details of the houses that were constructed for Tsunami affected families in Kollam district. CBI authorities have approached district administration seeking details regarding the houses constructed.

CBI sought details regarding 30 houses that were constructed by two private agencies. The investigation agency forwarded a letter to the district administration demanding information about the people who spent money for the construction of houses.

The letter included questions regarding whether any other foreign agencies funded the construction of houses, apart from the two agencies listed in government documents, and whether government gave any instructions to ensure the quality of houses.

2,211 houses were constructed for Tsunami affected families in Kollam. Out of this, majority of the houses were constructed by private agencies. CBI sought the construction documents of 30 houses that were built by two private agencies.

It is reported that the district administration will soon hand over the documents to CBI.

The details regarding these houses is sought by CBI at a time when Life Mission controversies are gathering strength. However, the reason why CBI sought the details of a project that was completed 10 years ago is yet to come to light.

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