FIR in Delhi Jal Board scam; Rs 20 crore embezzlement case, Anti Corruption Bureau started investiga

The Delhi Jal Board is accused of being involved in a big scam. The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi had ordered to register an FIR and investigate the matter. Now the Anti Corruption Bureau has registered an FIR in this matter. It is alleged that the water bill was taken from the public, but was not deposited in the account of Delhi Jal Board.

New Delhi: This time the matter is related to the scam in the board. The Anti Corruption Bureau has started investigation by registering an FIR regarding this scam. This scam has come to the fore when MCD elections are going to be held in Delhi in a few weeks. Significantly, in the month of September, Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Vinay Saxena had ordered the Chief Secretary to start an investigation and register an FIR in this matter.


According to the information, a case has been registered against the public servant and bank officials in this matter. This case pertains to a scam and financial embezzlement of Rs 20 crore in the year 2019. It is being told that the employees of Delhi Jal Board collected the water bill from the people, but did not deposit it in the board's account. In this case, it is also alleged that instead of terminating the contract of the company collecting checks and cash from the consumers, it was further extended.


MCD elections on December 4

Let us tell you, the FIR regarding the Delhi Jal Board scam has been registered when the municipal elections are going to be held here. The elections will be held on December 4. The election of the 250-seat Delhi Municipal Corporation will be decided on December 8. Let us tell you, Delhi Jal Board is under the Delhi Government.