Delhi CM’s Secretary Rajendra Kumar suspended

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New Delhi, July 6 : The Delhi Government on Wednesday suspended Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar, as the guidelines express that an authority is regarded suspended in the event that he stays in guardianship for over 48 hours.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Tuesday remanded every one of the five denounced, including Rajendra Kumar, to five-day police care in a defilement case. The CBI had looked for 10-day police guardianship of Rajendra Kumar and four others regarding this case.

Creating Kumar and other co-blamed in the witness of the Patiala House Court here yesterday, the CBI educated that the Principal Secretary was not participating amid the cross examination.

The examining organization further said their care was expected to research the cash trail.

The court, be that as it may, scrutinized the CBI that when the case was enrolled in December 2015 then what was the need to capture Kumar now.

The CBI, in its answer, said Kumar is an exceptionally set civil servant and a reasonable examination is impossible on the off chance that he threatens witnesses for the situation. The CBI guaranteed that Kumar threatened witnesses.

As per CBI sources, Kumar has been accused of manhandling his official position to recompense contracts to M/s Endeavor Systems Pvt. Ltd. what’s more, securing government tenders worth Rs. 9.5 crore somewhere around 2007 and 2014 for the organization.

Kumar has been reserved under Section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and under the procurements of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

The CBI sources said Kumar rose as the kingpin of the 50 crore trick, which first got to be dynamic in 2006.

The CBI had in December a year ago assaulted Kumar’s office at the Delhi Secretariat in this association.

Kumar had moved a bid under the steady gaze of an uncommon court in March this year looking for the arrival of his tablet, iPad and money seized by the CBI.

A trial court had in April additionally requested the de-solidifying of two financial balances of M/s Endeavor Systems Pvt. Ltd.

The Delhi High Court had then stuck with it court’s request taking into consideration de-solidifying of records of M/s Endeavor Systems Pvt. Ltd.