CBI REGISTERS A CASE AGAINST THEN CHIEF MAINTENANCE ENGINEER OF NOIDA AUTHORITY & OTHERS, CONDUCTS SEARCHES

Press Release
New Delhi, 19.01.2018

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case, u/s 120B of IPC r/w Section 13(2)r/w 13(1)(b)& 13(1) (d) of PC Act, 1988 against the then Chief Maintenance Engineer(CME), Noida Authority (Uttar Pradesh); a Proprietor of Noida based private Engineers Company; three Directors of Delhi based private Technology company; two Directors of another Noida based private Infracon company; a Proprietor of other Noida based private Electricals firm; a Proprietor of Ranchi based private Projects firm and unknown officers/officials of Noida Authority on the allegations of criminal conspiracy and misuse of official position as well as accepting bribe regularly by then Chief Maintenance Engineer of Noida Authority from the said contractors/firms while awarding contracts. It was also alleged that the then Chief Maintenance Engineer (CME) in conspiracy with other officers/officials of NOIDA Authority as well as with the said contractors had awarded several contracts worth Rs. 116.39 crore (approx) to the five companies/firms in gross violation of tender norms & procedures of Noida Authority. This had caused huge loss to the Noida Authority and corresponding gain to the contractors/firms.

Searches are being conducted today at 8 places, including Delhi, Noida and Ranchi.

Investigation is continuing.


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