Patna: A scam of huge proportions in Panchayat Yuva Krida and Khel Abhiyan (PYKKA) games has come to light in Bihar.

Bihar State Sports Authority (BSSA) Director General A K Seth has suggested a thorough investigation by the state vigilance department into the PYKKA games.

In a letter to state art, culture and youth affairs principal secretary Anjani Kumar Singh, Seth had reported "swindling" of Rs 1.06 lakh in the name of organising PYKKA games in Patna district alone in 2010.

There were allegations of swindling of funds and irregularities in organising PYKKA games in several other districts of the state, official sources said.

Regarding the recommendation of vigilance inquiry, the principal secretary said, he had not seen the letter written by the BSSA DG.

"PYKKA games are the responsibility of BSSA DG, so why is he not acting? He could have gone ahead and lodged an FIR in the matter," Singh said.


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