CBI registers preliminary inquiry on ‘corruption’ in purchase, maintenance of buses by Delhi government. India News – Times of India

New Delhi: CBI A preliminary inquiry has been registered on allegations of alleged corruption in the purchase of 1,000 low-floor buses by the Delhi government, officials said on Sunday. Inquiry was registered in respect of Union Home MinistryThey said.
The Delhi government had denied “allegations” of corruption in bus purchases and accused the BJP-led central government of using the CBI to “harass” it.
The case of “corruption” in the annual maintenance contract (AMC) just purchased by Delhi Transport Corporation ,DTC) was raised by BJP In Delhi Assembly In March this year.
Three member committee constituted by former Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal In June, the AMC had found procedural “flaws” and recommended rectification.
LG had referred the matter home Ministry To its consideration, the officials said.
The preliminary inquiry is the first step to ascertain the allegations in the complaint, if they prima facie indicate an offense worthy of an FIR, he said.