Srijan Scam: CBI registers FIR against Bihar NGO, bank officers: -The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday enrolled a FIR against Bhagalpur based-NGO, Srijan Mahila Vikas Samiti, regarding the charged exchange of assets to records of the non-government association. Srijan Mahila Vikas Samiti executive Manorma Devi, since dead, has been named in the FIR alongside present and previous Bank of Baroda chiefs at Saharsa and Bhagalpur branches, separately, too the then clerk and head aide of land procurement office, Saharsa.
The blamed have been reserved under areas for criminal scheme, deceiving, duping by pantomime, and criminal rupture of trust alongside fabrication of profitable security for tricking, and utilizing as real manufactured reports under Sections 120-B, 406, 409, 419, 420, 467, 468 and 471 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
The CBI started the examination in the Srijan trick on Thursday.
Bihar boss priest Nitish Kumar had on August 18 prescribed the CBI to test into the Srijan trick, after Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) boss Lalu Prasad blamed him for “killing majority rules system” in Bihar.
Prasad had additionally asserted of a “treachery” behind the deferral in CBI’s examination concerning the Srijan trick, notwithstanding blaming Kumar for “obliterating” all the confirmation.
Then, vice president serve Sushil Kumar Modi called his antecedent and Lalu Prasad’s child Tejashwi Yadav’s challenges in the get together premises requesting the previous’ acquiescence regarding the Srijan trick as “despicable.”
The trick worth around Rs 1300 crore occurred in the vicinity of 2007 and 2013, when Modi was the back pastor however the legislature says Srijan Mahila Vikas Sahyog Samiti was approved to move subsidizes in 2003 when RJD boss Lalu Prasad’s better half, Rabri Devi, was the central priest.
Nitish Kumar chose to hand over the case to the focal organization after an abnormal state survey meeting with boss secretary Anjani Kumar Singh, executive general of police PK Thakur, foremost secretary (home) Amir Subhani and reviewer general of police (IG), financial offense unit (EOU), Jitendra Singh Gangwar, who was sent to Bhagalpur to ask into the issue. Srijan Mahila Sahyog Samiti is blamed for stealing crores of cash from various records of area organization with the charged intrigue of government authorities and bank staff on the affection of a few welfare plans.