– Case of money exploitation in water board corruption

New Delhi: Enforcement Directorate (ED), Delhi has attached movable and immovable properties worth eight crore eighty lakhs of the accused in the Delhi Jal Board corruption money exploitation case. ED attached properties of Jagdish Kumar Arora, then Chief Engineer of Delhi Jal Board, his wife Alka Arora, Anil Kumar Agarwal, owner of M/s Integral Screw Industries (sub-contractor) and Jagdish Kumar Arora of M/s NKG Infrastructure Limited (contractor of DJB). Are. The immovable properties are located in Delhi.
The ED had started the investigation on the basis of an FIR registered by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which involved crimes related to corruption and bribery in the Delhi Jal Board (DJB). The FIR alleged that the then Chief Engineer of DJB, Jagdish Kumar Arora, gave the contract of flow meter of Delhi Jal Board to M/s NKG Infrastructure Limited at a highly inflated price of Rs 38 crore. Despite the fact that the company did not meet the technical eligibility criteria. ED investigation revealed that M/s NKG Infrastructure Limited won the bid by submitting fake documents. Jagdish Kumar Arora is aware of this fact
That the company does not meet the technical eligibility criteria for approving the tender. M/s NKG Infrastructure Limited sub-contracted the work to M/s Integral Screws Limited, a firm owned by Anil Kumar Aggarwal. DJB received a total payment of Rs 24 crore. Rs 14 crore was spent on contract work and the remaining amount was spent in bribes.