Trouble mounts for ex-CM as Jung forwards scam reports to anti-corruption branch

| Friday, June 17, 2016 - 17:45
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New Delhi: Lashing out his aggression over the appointment of 21 AAP MLA's the party Chief Arvind Kejriwal trained his guns at Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) for shielding the former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit in alleged water tanker scam.

The troubles started brewing for ex Delhi CM when the Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader Dillip Pandey accused BJP and PM Narendra for being an ally of the Congress. He said, "What were BJP and Modi ji doing for the period of 1 year when they were running Delhi? Why no action?”

However, the troubles mounted for the former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit when a report of a fact-finding panel on the alleged 400-crore water tanker scam linking her, was was forwarded to an anti-graft agency Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) on Thursday, June 16 by Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung for further investigation.

The report by a committee of the Delhi Jal Board was sent to Jung by the AAP government for probe by either CBI or Delhi’s ACB following persistent demand by the city BJP leader Vijender Gupta.

The Water Minister Kapil Mishra on June 12, wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jung recommending either CBI or ACB probe against Dikshit in connection with the alleged water tanker scam.

As per sources, Jung forwarded the committee’s report to the ACB for appropriate action in the matter. He has also forwarded Gupta’s complaint that the Delhi Chief Minister suppressed the report of the fact-finding committee for 11 months.

Kapil Mishra, further said, “We have filed 3 FIRs against her for various corruption cases and one in depth enquiry report which is with ACB now. My report exposing corruption by Sheila Dikshit has been forwarded to ACB”; the former Delhi CM should be behind bars for alleged corruption he added.


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