The CBI has suspended its Inspector Kapil Dhankad and Stenographer Sameer Kumar Singh for allegedly receiving bribes to offer away probe-related data and compromise on investigation into two circumstances of financial institution fraud totalling Rs 4,300 crore, days after it booked them and two officers.
Officials mentioned on Saturday that the company has advisable to the Department of Personnel and Training to provoke administrative motion in opposition to the 2 officers — deputy superintendents of police RK Rishi and RK Sangwan.
The CBI has accused Dhankad, a State Bank of India supervisor who joined the company on deputation as Inspector, for allegedly receiving bribes of at the least Rs 25 lakh to compromise on investigation into a variety of circumstances and passing on essential data to the accused DSPs who had been understood to have been engaged on behalf of Shree Shyam Pulp and Board Mills and Frost International.
Shree Shyam Pulp and Board Mills is accused in a Rs 700-crore financial institution fraud case, whereas Frost International is accused in a Rs 3,600-crore financial institution fraud case.
“The CBI has a zero tolerance policy towards corruption, be it other departments or within the organisation. The case is a result of strict vigil and action on any input which indicates involvement of our officials in corrupt practice,” an official mentioned.
The company has alleged that Dhankad posted within the banking, securities and fraud unit of the company, in collusion with the DSPs, was receiving kickbacks to cross on essential data and compromise on investigation, they mentioned.
According to the fees levelled within the eight-page FIR, made public on Friday after the completion of a search operation by the company, Inspector Dhankad acquired at the least Rs 10 lakh every from Sangwan and Rishi, who had been soliciting favours for Shree Shyam Pulp and Board Mills and Frost International.
The embarrassing story of corruption within the FIR says Sangwan, Rishi, Dhankad and Stenographer Singh, in conspiracy with advocates Arvind Kumar Gupta and Manohar Malik and sure different accused, “have been compromising the integrity of investigation of certain cases on extraneous pecuniary considerations”.
The CBI after registering the case had carried out searches on Thursday in its headquarters the place some accused officers are posted, its academy the place Rishi is posted and 12 different areas throughout the nation, officers mentioned.
DSP Rishi acquired Rs 30 lakh in two equal instalments by two advocates having their workplace in Defence Colony right here — Manohar Malik and Arvind Gupta — to increase favours to a Chandigarh-based firm in opposition to which a corruption case was being investigated by the CBI, the FIR alleged.
It alleged Dhankad twice acquired Rs 2.5 lakh from Gupta for having brokered the deal by Rishi.
“It has also been reliably learnt that the details of the investigation of many other cases including confidential notes and directions have been communicated by Sameer Kumar Singh to Sangwan and Rishi on pecuniary considerations to protect interests of the accused,” the FIR alleged.