NEW DELHI: The CBI on Tuesday filed chargesheet against Uttar Pradesh bureaucrat P K Jain and six others in connection with misuse of funds provided through National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scheme.
The chargesheet was filed in Court of Special Judge, CBI Cases, Ghaziabad and the case pertains to siphoning of funds to the tune of Rs 7.94 crore in upgrading 134 hospitals in various districts of UP. Jain was general manager with the Construction and Design Services (C&DS), UP when the funds were allegedly misused.
The other accused in the case are B N Shrivastav and Katar Singh, former was posted as project manager and latter resident engineer at unit 50, C&DS, Barabanki. Resident engineer B N Ram Yadav and unit accountant J K Singh, attached to unit 50, C&DS, are also named as accused. The other accused are Naresh Grover, managing director of Surgicon Medquip Private Ltd, Ghaziabad, and R K Singh, proprietor of Modern Interiors, Lucknow. The accused have been charged with criminal conspiracy and criminal breach of trust, forgery and cheating, for using forged document, accepting illegal gratification, under relevant sections of the IPC and Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.