Monday, October 5, 2015

Govt not in favour of CBI probe on corruption in consumerfed

KOCHI: The government Monday informed the Kerala High Court that a CBI probe is not needed for the corruption in consumerfed. The vigilance is investigating the case and it is in the final phase. The report will be submitted after completing the probe in four months’ time. Advocate General K P Dandapani on behalf of the government informed the court that the vigilance director is monitoring the probe.

The government informed their stand on the pleas seeking a CBI probe on the corruption.

The vigilance informed the court that corruption has taken place in the contracts of the consumerfed.  Many including the managing director has a role in the corruption. Out of the five cases registered, probe on two has already been completed. The affidavit filed in the court has stated that probe in the other cases is continuing.

Many including KPCC chief V M Sudheeran had sought a CBI probe in the case.

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