The party also sought to counter his 'graveyard' remark, saying the Delhi Police has this record of sending residents to "graveyard" by referring to a case of an alleged custodial death.
    
AAP posed several questions to the police chief and said the matter was being probed by the state government. AAP MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj has alleged that Bassi got a flat in the Lucky Cooperative Housing Society by flouting rules and in collusion with officers of the registrar of cooperative societies and the managing committee of the society.
    
"Is it mere coincidence that the then Registrar of Cooperative Societies, who was his next-door neighbour at Ashoka Road, bypassed all bylaws and provisions to illegally help Mr Bassi get enrolled in Lucky Cooperative Housing Society?
    
"How did Mr Bassi know in advance about the vacancy of the said flat in the society even before it was informed by the RCS in 1989-90. Is is not connivance and a criminal conspiracy?" asked Bharadwaj.
    
He further questioned why Bassi was given the property at the rate at which it was offered to the original allottee even though the law mandates 24 percent equalisation charge per annum.
    
"The bylaws of the Lucky Home Cooperative Society mandated that Bassi should have informed it about procuring another any property, but he did not do so when he procured a 500sq.m residential plot at Civil Service Officers Welfare Society in 1998. In such an event, his membership at Lucky Homes Cooperative Society would have stood cancelled.

 

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