CNG fitness scam: Non-bailable warrant issued against Delhi ACB chief Meena
In further trouble for Delhi Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief Mukesh Meena, SN Aggarwal Inquiry Commission on Friday issued a non-bailable warrant against him in CNG fitness scam.
New Delhi: In further trouble for Delhi Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief Mukesh Meena, SN Aggarwal Inquiry Commission on Friday issued a non-bailable warrant against him in the CNG fitness scam.
As per media reports, SN Aggarwal Inquiry Commission issued a non-bailable warrant against Mukesh Meena in CNG Fitness Scam.
Reports further suggest that SN Aggarwal Inquiry Commission has also ordered to attach 30 percent salary of Delhi ACB chief Mukesh Meena to the warrant.
The SN Aggarwal Inquiry Commission had earlier on September 3 issued a summon to Mukesh Meena for passing order that Delhi’s Anti Corruption Bureau would not share any information with the commission.
Earlier on August 11, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had ordered an inquiry into the Rs 100 Crore CNG fitness scam and had appointed SN Aggarwal, a retired High Court judge as its head.
The CNG Fitness Scam was unearthed by RTI activist Vivek Garg who had alleged that the contract for conducting lane test of commercial vehicles before granting fitness certificates was granted to ESP India without inviting any tender in 2002.
Garg had sought registration of FIR against the then chief minister Sheila Dikshit, former transport minister Arvinder Singh Lovely, ex-transport commissioner RK Verma and ESP India.
HOwever, Delhi ACB had ealier given clean chit to Dikshit and Lovely by claiming that no irregularity was found on their part while awarding the contract to ESP India for conducting fitness tests of commercial vehicles in the national capital.
(With Agency inputs)