The Delhi government Tuesday sent a draft report of the chargesheet against joint commissioner, Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB), M K Meena to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in connection with a curtain purchase scam.
Sources said chief secretary K K Sharma sent the report to the vigilance department of the CVC.
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In June, Jawahar Lal — a retired inspector of Police Training College , Jharoda Kalan — had accused Meena of misappropriating Rs 20 lakh for the purchase of curtains and curtain rods while he served as the college principal during May 11 to July 25, 2005.
Sources said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had asked the vigilance department to probe the matter.
During its investigation, the department found that forged bills to the tune of Rs 23 lakh were allegedly made to purchase curtains during Meena’s tenure as principal.