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A court here on Friday convicted former Coal Secretary H. C. Gupta and others in a coal block allocation case involving Kamal Sponge Steel and Power Limited (KSSPL).
Central Bureau of Investigation special Judge Bharat Parashar convicted Gupta, two former coal ministry officials K.
S. Kropha and K. C. Samria, accused firm KSSPL and its Managing Director Pawan Kumar Ahluwalia, under various charges involving criminal conspiracy and under provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act.
The court will deliver order on quantum of sentence on May 22.
Chartered Account Amit Goyal, who was also facing trial in the case, was acquitted from all the charges.
The court was hearing a case pertaining to alleged irregularities in the allocation of Thesgora-B Rudrapuri coal block in Madhya Pradesh to KSSPL.
The CBI had lodged an FIR accusing the company and others of allegedly misrepresenting facts, including inflated net worth, to acquire the coal block.
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