The Delhi Police is investigating the documents which are linked to Surender Kumar Bansal, the husband of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s sister-in-law, over charges of corruption.
According to a report, the Roads Anti-Corruption Organisation has claimed that Bansal obtained civic contacts from the Public Works Department in 2015, but he did not start the projects and still got cash for the same.
It added that Bansal presented fake invoices and bills to obtain the cash for the projects that he never delivered.
The NGO claims that "Kejriwal’s involvement in the alleged fraud. However, the AAP government has denied the allegations against both Kejriwal and Bansal."
The NGO took the issue to court on Saturday after taking note of the many charges about worsening conditions of roads and sewage from the public over the past two years. The court had sent the matter to the police.
The police are presently investigating the documents to decide if or not a complaint can be filed in the link.
BY M. DIVYA SRI