ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf Blood Rayne: Indian Commission to release new info

Indian Commission to release new info

The Indian Commission said it was looking into controversy over the hiring of a London Queen's Baton Relay ceremony. Congress MP Suresh Kalmadi claimed that the controversial AK Films was hired on the basis of recommendation made by a junior official in the Commission. The Commission said, by Organising CWG 2010 at the recommendation of HCI, London, the matter is being actively looked into and further information would be released in due course. Raveesh Kumar, a spokesman for the High Commission said that all the issue was being actively examined. Kalmadi had refuted the Commission's claim that it had not made any recommendations from Raju Sebastian.

Kalmadi, also the Indian Olympic Association President, said the rates were also approved by the High Commission. Sebastian also approved the rates of High Commission for accommodation and transportation. He also said that, in view of the clarification, the Indian Commission had recommended Car and Vans to the Committee for Queen’s Baton Relay Function at London.


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