The Chief General Manager of the National Highways Authority of India has been arrested by CBI for allegedly taking bribe, on September 23. Along with the Chief GM, two employees of a private company was also arrested for their alleged involvement in the Rs 5 lakh bribe. Reportedly, the bribe was taken for favour in clearing inflated bills, manipulation of measurement books, etc.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has officially taken over the controversial and high-profile death case of actress turned BJP politician Sonali Phogat. Died in Goa, the suspicious circumstances and involvement of drug dealers had raised concerns, following which recently Goa CM Pramod Sawant urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to approve CBI investigation. In addition, the CBI confirmed the updates and registered an FIR for further… read-more
Amid the ongoing investigation in the death case of BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat, succumbing to the growing demands, Goa CM Pramod Sawant has announced to transfer the case to CBI. This has come after constant pressure from Phogat’s family and the Haryana government. CM Sawant further stated that he will be writing to HM Amit Shah about the same.
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Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested TMC leader and Halisahar Municipality chairman Raju Sahani in an alleged chit fund case. Reportedly, Rs 80 lakh cash has been seized from his residence in Newton. Furthermore, documents of properties worth Rs 2.75 crore were found, and country-made firearm along with a dozen live catridges were also recovered. Besides, a bank account in Thailand is being traced.
BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat’s daughter Yashodhara Phogat has demanded for a CBI investigation into the alleged murder case of her mother. She further stated that she and her family are not satisfied with the current probe conducted by the Goan police. She then stated that Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar had assured a CBI investigation into the matter. However, Yashodhara said that “no action has been taken yet”.
In the horrific mass murder Birbhum violence case, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested seven more persons for their alleged connection in the case. A court sentenced the accused to a 10-day judicial remand for further investigation. Earlier this year, in West Bengal’s Bogtui village situated in Birbhum, ten persons were charred to death as their house was set on fire.
Booked for Excise Policy liquor scam, the Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia is said to have received an offer from the ruling BJP-government. On August 22, Sisodia said,"BJP's message has come to him break 'AAP' and join BJP, will get all CBI ED cases closed. However, he refused the offer and said, " I will cut off my head but will not bow down in front of the corrupt-conspirators."
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The Central Bureau of Investigation has not issued a Look Out Circular "as of now" against any accused including Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, said CBI officials. The August 21 statement came after reports that a lookout notice has been issued against Sisodia and 12 others in the excise policy liquor scam case. However, the CBI is in process of scrutinising documents and issuing notices to suspects for questioning.
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Absconding business tycoon Nirav Modi's HCL house is all set for auction, on September 23. As per sources, the diamond merchant, who has been accused in money scam filed by the Punjab National Bank (PNB) is currently being investigated by the CBI and the ED. Notably, the Mumbai DRT-I's order, HCL House in Marol shall be put up for e-auction on September 23, with a reserve price of Rs 52 crore
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In connection with the excise policy controversy, the Central Bureau of Investigation searched the house of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. Searches are also being done at 20 places in the National Capital Region and six other states. Meanwhile, Manish Sisodia has stated that he will help with the probe and refutes all claims. Sisodia expressed regret that people who perform in the country face such harassment.
Courtesy: India Today