Delhi ACB begins probe into 2002 CNG Fitness Scam

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The Delhi Anti-Corruption branch has reportedly started the probe into the 2002 CNG fitness scam.

Few days back, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Delhi decided to reopen the “2002 CNG fitness scam” in which former Chief Minsiter Sheila Dikshit’s government was alleged to have made special favours to companies issuing fitness certificates to CNG vehicles in Delhi.

The probe in the Rs 100 crore scam had hit a roadblock when ACB stated that it did not receive the case details to begin the probe.
Reacting to the reopening of the case, Congress leader PC Chacko said  that the AAP government was playing vendetta politics.

“It’s an old story. Now they are reopening it, I don’t know what is the procedure. It looks as a vendetta and there are no facts in the case. Kejriwal is known for raking up old issues, here is another one,” Chacko said.

The AAP led government in Delhi had raised the issue in December and had also slammed the ‘continuing silence’ of the central government and Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on the alleged indictment of top bureaucrats who were hand in glove in the scam.

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  1. PROBE OF “CNG FITNESS SCAM” CAN EXPOSE THE CORRUPT SYSTEM AS A WHOLE :- The Aam Aadmi Party had, in December last year, raked up the issue of the CNG fitness scam of 2002 and attacked the “continuing silence” of the central government and Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on the alleged indictment of top bureaucrats in the city government by CBI.

    It seems, this case is loaded with valid documents substantiating the issue. This time, as it will be investigated by ACB of aap government, the dilution of the case won’t be possible.

    As a result Governor Najeeb Jung, who is acting on behalf of the center to create all sorts hurdles in functioning of AAP Government will have no escape on the alleged indictment of top bureaucrats who were hand in glove in the scam.

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