In connection with the suspected insurance scam case, the CBI searched the residence of the then-assistant of former Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik as well as eight other locations in Delhi and the Union Territory.
Malik said that he received a Rs 300 crore payment from the government of Jammu and Kashmir between August 23, 2018, and October 30, 2019, in exchange for resolving two issues. As a result of questioning Malik on April 28, the agency took action within a month.
According to sources, the CBI search took place on Wednesday at eight other locations in Delhi and the Union Territory, including the office of the former adviser to former Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik, and four other offices about the suspected insurance scam.
They stated that early this morning, CBI teams allegedly started a search operation at the former aide’s house and other locations.
- CBI searches premises and locations in insurance scam cases.
- CBI opened two FIRs against Malik over corruption charges.
- Malik received a Rs 300 crore payment for resolving issues.
Following the conclusion of his tenure as governor of Goa, Bihar, Meghalaya, and Jammu and Kashmir in October last year, he made the following comment.
About the charges of corruption made by Malik over the granting of contracts for civil work of Rs 2,200 crore associated with the Kiru hydroelectric power project in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as group medical insurance for government employees, the CBI opened two FIRs.
Malik said that he received a Rs 300 crore payment in exchange for resolving two issues between August 23, 2018, and October 30, 2019, while holding the office of governor of Jammu and Kashmir.