New Delhi : News Express 24 :-
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Alok Verma, on Friday, V. Chaudhary was present before the court for an inquiry. CBI special director Rakesh Asthana is investigating allegations of corruption against him, and Verma has given two answers to the questions for two consecutive days.
Verma has denied all the allegations made by Asthana. Verma’s inquiry commissioner T. M. Bhasin, Sharad Kumar and Chief Vigilance Commissioner Chaudhary were appointed. The inquiry is headed by a retired judge of the Supreme Court. K. Being under Patnaik’s supervision, they were asked to be present during the investigation. Verma was present in the office of Central Vigilance Commissioner on Friday morning. He gave an hour to answer questions. The journalists gathered outside the office, but they did not make any comment.
On October 26, the Supreme Court had directed the Central Vigilance Commission to investigate the CBI Director Verma’s allegation against him and asked him to complete the inquiry within two weeks. The Supreme Court has heard Monday that the term of the two-week period ends on Sunday. Verma and Asthana have made allegations against each other and have sent both of them to government on leave. Apart from Verma, Asthana was present in the office of the Central Vigilance Commission on Thursday. They understand that they have submitted written evidence to Verma’s allegations. The names of the CBI officers who were named in the complaint of Asthana were called to all.