ACB Notice to Delhi Government Official Seeking '1031 Helpline' Documents

ACB chief issued a notice to Secretary of Administrative Reforms seeking all documents related to the 1031 anti-graft helpline.

Published: 16th September 2015 12:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2015 12:27 AM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) chief Mukesh Kumar Meena today issued a notice to Delhi Government's Secretary of Administrative Reforms seeking all documents related to the 1031 anti-graft helpline on Thursday.

Meena has asked the senior official to come personally to his office on Thursday morning with all files related to the helpline launched earlier this year by Delhi Government, sources said.

The move came a few days after the Commission of Inquiry constituted by Delhi Government, to look into the alleged CNG fitness scam, issued a non-bailable warrant against Meena.

In July, Meena had accused the AAP government of not transferring calls received on the 1031 anti-graft helpline to ACB for further action and, within 24-hours, he launched ACB's own anti-graft helpline linked directly to his office.

However, the government maintained that the 1031 helpline stands unchanged.

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