CBI arrests 7 including Integrated Financial Advisor of South Western Command in an alleged bribery case

New Delhi, Dec 30 (Agency) The Central Bureau of Investigation arrested seven people including an Integrated Financial Advisor (IFA) of South Western Command posted in Jaipur in an alleged bribery case, the Central probe agency statement said on Friday. A case was registered against IFA, Accounts Officer, Junior Translator, PCDA, private persons of four firms and unknown Public Servants on the allegations of bribery. It was alleged that the accused of three private firms entered conspiracy and were obtaining all works related to outsourcing of conservancy services for various locations in South Western Command and for extending undue favour in award of the said works bypassing the provisions of GeM as well as for payment of bills without objection by way of bribing the officials of IFA, South Western Command in Jaipur, the statement stated.

It was further alleged that the said IFA in connivance with Accounts Officer, Junior Translator, PCDA as well as a private person of a Jaipur based company (who was acting as the middlemen for the public servants), were demanding and obtaining illegal gratification from the private contractors, it stated. Searches were conducted at 9 different places including Jaipur, Jind, Bathinda, Ganga Nagar which led to recovery of cash of Rs 40 lakh, various property documents relating to public servants and incriminating documents, it added.