CBI arrests present and ex-MDs of a PSU in a case involving Kejriwal’s former aide, Rajendra Kumar


CBI has arrested two MDs of a PSU in connection with the arrest of Delhi chif minister, Arvind Kejriwal’s former principal secretary, Rajendra Kumar.

The federal probe agency arrested RS Kaushik, MD of ICSIL (a PSU) and GK Nanda, then MD of ICSIL in an ongoing investigation of a case.


Both have been arrested for allegedly violating tender guidelines in connection with Delhi ex Principal Secy Rajendra Kumar case.

Kumar was arrested on Monday in a 50 crore corruption case involving purchase of computers.

Four others, too were arrested along with him, but the CBI, which was investigating the case, say Kumar was the kingpin of the scam.

The CBI has accused Kumar of setting up companies to provide work contracts without tenders at a huge loss to the Delhi government.

Sources in the agency say the scam dates back to 2006, when Mr Kumar started a front company, Endeavours Systems Private Limited, to provide IT solutions and software. The company empaneled with Public Sector Units to get government work without tenders.

Mr Kumar is a 1989 batch Indian Administrative Service officer, who was appointed Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister in February, when the Aam Aadmi Party came to power for the second time. Like Mr Kejriwal, Mr Kumar is also an IIT alumnus.


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