CBI investigation underway, no clean chit to AAP government in DTC bus purchase: BJP’s Vijender Gupta

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BJP MLA Vijender Gupta has mentioned that no “clear chit” has been awarded to the Arvind Kejriwal authorities over the alleged corruption within the DTC bus buy case.

BJP MLA Vijender Gupta

BJP MLA Vijender Gupta mentioned no clear chit awarded to AAP govt over alleged corruption in DTC bus buy case (File Photograph)

In a brand new flip of occasions within the blame sport between BJP and AAP over the alleged corruption within the DTC bus buy case, the saffron celebration’s MLA Vijender Gupta has mentioned that no “clear chit” has been awarded to the Arvind Kejriwal authorities as a CBI investigation is underway.

Throughout a press convention on Sunday, Vijender Gupta referred to as CM Kejriwal’s tweet a tactic to divert consideration from the corruption prices in opposition to his authorities on the Excise coverage corruption.

He mentioned that the CM tweeted the previous information report, that was primarily based on “sources”, to create a notion that the federal government is getting absolved in corruption prices. The reality, nonetheless, is that the CBI has already begun an investigation into the DTC matter.

Gupta, who’s the complainant within the DTC matter, additionally mentioned he was even referred to as by the CBI on January, 27, 2022 they usually took his assertion. CM Kejriwal tried to cover all of the information by tweeting an inaccurate information, which has no foundation right now because the matter is already underneath investigation.

Giving out the small print, Gupta mentioned that the CBI has filed the case of Rs 5000 crore corruption case within the buy of DTC buses.

He additional alleged that the style wherein CM Kejriwal has tried to subvert the information factors to his personal position within the corruption associated to DTC bus buy.

CBI REGISTERED PRELIMINARY ENQUIRY:

The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry into alleged corruption throughout the procurement of 1,000 low-floor buses by the Delhi authorities. This comes days after raids on Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in a liquor coverage case.

Nevertheless, the probe company has not registered an FIR thus far regardless that the enquiry was initiated a while again.

Final August, the house ministry had beneficial a CBI probe into the matter after corruption within the annual upkeep contract (AMC) of the bus procurement by the Delhi Transport Company (DTC) was raised by the BJP within the Meeting final 12 months.

A report was then submitted by a three-member committee on the instructions of then Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.

The LG then referred the matter to the MHA for its consideration.

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