CWG scam: CBI searches premises of MTNL former officials, HCL

Press Trust of India New Delhi | Updated on March 12, 2018 Published on June 08, 2011

The CBI today carried out searches in the premises of former top officials of MTNL and Noida-based HCL Infosystems for allegedly inflating the cost of setting up a broadcast network for the Commonwealth Games by nearly Rs 400 crore.

Soon after registering a new case, sleuths of the agency swooped down on the residential premises of MTNL's then CMD, Mr R.S.P. Sinha; Executive Director, Mr S.M. Talwar; GM (Corporate Sales), Mr N.K. Jain; and the DGM, Mr Jitendra Garg in Delhi, Noida, Jaipur and Patna, CBI sources said.

“During searches conducted so far, documents relating to immovable and movable property belonging to accused persons and other incriminating documents have been recovered,” CBI spokesperson, Ms Dharini Mishra, said in a statement, adding searches were on at these places till late evening.

Published on June 08, 2011
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