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BEML chief’s version ‘not acceptable’ to CBI

NEW DELHI: The clarifications given by V R S Natrajan, Chairman and Managing Director of PSU Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), are not acceptable, sources in the CBI have confirmed.  

Published: 26th April 2012 02:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:45 PM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: The clarifications given by V R S Natrajan, Chairman and Managing Director of PSU Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), are not acceptable, sources in the CBI have confirmed.  

The CBI had questioned Natrajan at its headquarters in Delhi to seek clarifications pertaining to ‘irregularities’ in procurement of Tatra trucks by BEML from Vectra group of companies based in the UK.

   Natrajan may soon be called for questioning again as the CBI will ask him questions afresh regarding procurements done by BEML from the Vectra group companies. But CBI sources clarified that Natrajan is not an accused in the case pertaining to ‘irregularities’ in procurement of Tatra trucks.  

Over the past two weeks the CBI has questioned former BEML director J B Diwale and director in charge of procurements V Mohan in connection with the case. During the investigation, other former directors of BEML may be requested to come to the CBI headquarters for questioning.



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