CBI shifts officer probing Adarsh scam
Mumbai: CBI Joint Director Rishi Raj, who was handling Adarsh Housing scam, was on Friday transferred from Anti-Corruption Branch to its Economic Offences Wing.
A 1985-batch IPS officer from Kerala cadre was transferred a day after the CBI filed chargesheet in the Adarsh Housing scam in which former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan was among 13 named.
The CBI said that the transfers were a routine matter and Rishi Raj was shifted after he completed his tenure of four years.
Keshav Kumar, a 1986 batch IPS officer from Uttar Pradesh, will be taking over from Rishi Raj.
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