After keeping a watch on the activities of Jain for the past six months, CBI sleuths finally swooped on his relative and a Madhya Pradesh-based chartered accountant and arrested them while allegedly receiving cash from representatives of companies that have been involved in the coal scam.
The CBI has filed two cases against Jain accusing him of receiving a bribe of R50 lakh through conduits, and abusing his official position to enhance the credit limits of some companies in violation of laid down procedures, sources said. CBI conducted searches at 20 places in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Bhopal.
We are determined to fight corruption at high levels and todays case was one such example, Sinha said.
In this case, CBI alleged that the conduit was the brother-in-law of the CMD and the deal was struck by the chartered accountant who started his own firm of providing loans to big corporates. CBI claimed to have recovered R21 lakh in cash from Jains residence, besides gold worth R1.68 crore and fixed deposits up to R63 lakh.