Noida(JPN/Bureau): While CBI might have got success in bringing Nira Yadav to book in the Noida Land scam case but it could not do much to bring Subhash Kumar, the brother of Mayawati to justice, despite concrete evidence against him. It was forced to shut the case that was opened under Supreme Court directive.

According to the documents available with Dainink Jagran, CBI had even filed a chargesheet but the agency was forced to withdraw it due to absence of evidence. Defying all laws, Subhash Yadav was first given the job of a carpenter and then a land in a posh location in Noida’s Sector 44.  At that time the administrative officer of the area was Ramashankar.

In fact after getting a nod from the Central government to take action against Nira Yadav in 2003, the CBI had also filed a chargesheet against Ramashankar. But the Mayawati government refused to give orders for investigation. On December 28, the Principal Secretary of UP Rajendra Bhonwal said that there was hardly any evidence against Ramashankar. On February 25, 2003, the CBI again filed a chargesheet but no concrete action could be taken till date.