Serve as the Commander of the Indian Navy among six others in the CBI indictment sheet for the loss of information on the submarine project.
CBI Tuesday filed 2 separate chargesheets against six persons, as well as a serving commander of the Indian Navy associate degreed two retired officers.
CBI Tuesday filed 2 separate chargesheets against six persons, as well as a serving commander of the Indian Navy associate degreed two retired officers, for allegedly unseaworthy data involving an current submarine project reciprocally for black-market gratification. The agency had in Sept in remission 5 persons, including serving and retired officers, and has since arrested an extra serving officer of the Indian Navy.
The offending officers have been identified as Commander Ajit Kumar Pandey, Commander (retired) SJ Singh and Commodore (retired) Randeep Singh, with the exception of three individuals who are officials of a company based in Hyderabad seeking information, ”CBI sources said. The accused were charged under various articles of the Indian Penal Code and the Corruption Prevention Act.
“Another serving officer has been arrested within the case recently however he has not been chargesheeted yet. There are several serving and retired officers underneath the scanner. The officers shared info of business nature with sure personal companies, one in every of them being a Korean company, with that one of the arrested retired officers was working. The investigation continues to be on,” a CBI officer said.