Ramdev, Kiran Bedi, Kejriwal file joint police complaint over CWG

Swami Ramdev and a host of prominent persons like RTI activist Arvind Kejriwal and former IPS officer Kiran Bedi filed a joint complaint with Delhi Police asking it to investigate corruption in the Commonwealth Games.

Updated: Nov 14, 2010, 21:15 PM IST

New Delhi: Yoga guru Swami Ramdev and a host
of prominent persons like RTI activist Arvind Kejriwal and
former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Sunday filed a joint complaint
with Delhi Police asking it to investigate corruption in the
Commonwealth Games.

The 377-page complaint with "all evidences", also signed
by activists Anna Hazare and Swami Agnivesh, Delhi Archbishop
Vincent Concessao and scientist Devendra Sharma, was filed at
Parliament Street police station this evening.

The activists demanded that there should be a proper
police investigation into the corruption in the Games which
was held in the capital from October three to 14.

The complaint has mentioned that there should be proper
investigation into the conduct of the Games as well as the
projects undertaken by Delhi government, Sports Ministry and
Urban Development Ministry besides civic agencies.

The activists said they will be sending a copy of the
complaint along with a memorandum to Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and agencies like Central
Vigilance Commission and CBI.

They also demanded that a independent commission should
be set up on the lines of Election Commission to deal with
corruption issues. "There is a need for a Commission which
could not be influenced by politicians," they said.

PTI