NEW DELHI: The moving current struggle between the state and the Centre government over the anti-corruption branch chief was starting the assembly session on Friday.
With Delhi government appointee S S Yadav aver with confidence that he was being threatened by the LG appointee M K Meena, deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia told the assembly that chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had written a mystery document to home minister Rajnath Singh about the several types of complaint against Meena, including his involvement in a hawala operation for which a complaint has been filed with the ACB.
“The CM has written mystery document the home minister and we are waiting for that action.
Sisodia said,”the problems came at that time while ACB arrested a Delhi Police constable due to accepting a bribe. He approached the high court to say ACB could not arrest him. When High Court did not issue a favourable judgment, the Centre approached the peak court where the case is going on but the High Court order has not been stayed.
“After this, the Centre appointed Meena in an illegal way to head the ACB even though no post exists for an officer of his rank. In any case, there is a case against Meena in the ACB so how can he head an organization which is investigating his role in a crime,” he added.
Meena’s alleged involvement in a hawala case wasopened by MLA Rajesh Gupta who showed documents related to a complaint made by a cop, Jagmender Dahiya, to the ACB on April 29.
Overture inquiry was beginner on May 1 and Meena was appointed ACB chief by the LG in the first week of June.
Dahiya further relates another incident where “Kumar himself came at the spot and thereafter continually threatened me from his official mobile phone for releasing apprehended persons with black money and threatened me to make me fear injury for very bad consequence on the pretext of joint commissioner Meena.”