T.K.RANGARAJAN: Sir, I would like to bring to the attention of the august House a very important issue— sensitive files destroyed in a mysterious fire in AIIMS. The AIIMS administration, the administrative block which has the legal section, caught fire around 3.00 a.m. on Saturday. Many computers containing sensitive information were also destroyed before the fire brigade reached there. Everything has gone to ashes. The faculty members have demanded details of the investigation into the matter. They urged that it would be a deliberate act to destroy the files relating to land purchase, corruption cases, medicine purchase, etc. Three days ago, the High Court has issued a notice to the Union Health Ministry in a PIL, seeking CBI inquiry into the corruption case at the AIIMS. A vigilance inquiry conducted recently has found that wrong thing has happened in the purchase of medical equipment and other things. The Parliamentary Committee has also demanded a CBI investigation. Sir, a Member of Parliament of this House, wrote several letters; four letters between 23rd May, 2013 and June, 2014 to dismantle this new vigilance set-up. His request was thoroughly rejected by the Union Health Secretary on 23rd May, 2014. But, after the regime change, the same request of his has been accepted in August 2014. After relieving the hon. Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, the same Member, Mr. J.P. Nadda, now is the Health Minister here. His request has been accepted on August 24. By arm-twisting the entire Health Ministry, in which 20 signatures were put up in 24 hours, a complete u-turn in the case has been taken. Sir, I am bringing this issue, because before submitting the report, the High Court wanted on 22nd June, all files. On November 2014, the same Member was made Health Minister who had got the vigilance set up dismantled. All the inquiries into the corruption cases have been put on hold. The Department charge-sheets approved by the officers are put on hold. I appeal to the Government, please relieve him from the Ministership till the inquiry lasts.  (Ends)