Delhi Jal Board Scam / ED presented charge sheet of 8000 pages, told how the scam happened in DJB?

Zoom News : Mar 30, 2024, 02:00 PM
Delhi Jal Board Scam: ED i.e. Enforcement Directorate has increased the noose in the case related to Delhi Jal Board. ED has filed a charge sheet in Rouse Avenue Court in the case of money laundering related to Delhi Jal Board tender. In its charge sheet, ED has accused Chartered Accountant Tajendra Singh, close to Jagdish Arora and Anil Aggarwal, former NBCC officer Devendra Kumar Mittal and a company NKG.

ED has filed a total charge sheet of 8000 pages in the Delhi Jal Board case, of which 140 pages are the operative part. ED has also made NKG company an accused in its document. According to the information, NKG company got the tender on the basis of the certificate issued by NBCC officer Devendra Kumar Mittal. NKG had booked a travel ticket for Mittal.

Allegations of providing fake documents

According to ED, there is no information about NKG in the records of NBCC. ED has said that Jagdish Arora, Anil Aggarwal, Tajendra Singh are chartered accountants who are close to Jagdish Arora. Mittal is an officer of NBCC. Mittal had provided fake documents to NKG company. According to ED, Delhi Jal Board gave a tender of Rs 38 crore to NKG, of which Rs 24 crore was already released.

Allegation of giving bribe in exchange of tender

ED alleges that out of Rs 38 crore, the remaining Rs 6 crore 36 lakh was returned. This is a proceeding of crime. Out of this, Rs 56 lakh was received by Jagdish Arora through Tajendra Singh, out of Rs 36 crore, only Rs 14 crore was used.

ED has also said that the money from NKG and Integral Group went to Jagdish Arora because the tender was issued from him and bribe was taken in exchange for the tender. ED said that Jagdish Arora had received a total of Rs 3.19 crore, of which Rs 56 lakh was from NKG and the rest from Integral Group.