PWD scam: Three FIRs filed against Kejriwal, ACB tells Delhi court

Evrard Martin
Juin 3, 2017

The court was informed that three FIRs were registered by ACB on its own on May 8. "Bullets fired at Rahul Sharma who filed 1st corruption case against Bansal Family, relatives of Kejriwal".

A probe has been ordered and searches are being carried out at various places, ACB sources said.

Rahul Sharma claimed that the attack was a fallout of the cases lodged by the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) on the basis of his complaint. "Such rate could only have been quoted if a person is already aware about the estimated cost", said a PWD official requesting anonymity.

However, police said that he has not mentioned anybody's name in the complaint.

Mishra alleged that even though the Health Department purchased medicines for Rs 300 crore, government hospital pharmacies were facing shortages since the medicines are lying unused in warehouses.

"In 2015-16, Mr. Bansal had obtained a contract for certain works that were never completed".

Delhi court, also directed the additional commissioner of the ACB to assess the threat perception of complainant Rahul Sharma once again after claimed that two unidentified persons attacked him on May 30 and fired gun shots at him when he was travelling in his auto along with a cousin. "These contracts never got executed "whereas shockingly all the payments were cleared under pressure from Kejriwal", Sharma had alleged".

India Today reported that two boys on a motorcycle overtook his vehicle near Gaurs International School and fired bullets at him. It told the ACB to file a status report on June 8.

Sharma had earlier lodged a complaint with the police alleging that he was getting death threats for raking up the issue.

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