Arvind Kejriwal’s former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar gets bail in graft case

26 July, New Delhi

A Special court today granted bail to Delhi Chief Minister’s former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar in a graft case. Special CBI Judge Arvind Kumar gave the relief to Kumar on furnishing of a personal bond of one lakh rupees.

The court directed that Kumar will not try to contact any witness and will not influence the ongoing probe in the case.

Kumar, along with four others, was arrested by the CBI on July 4 in connection with the case of allegedly showing undue favours to a private company in award of government contracts
worth over 50 crore rupees.

Besides Kumar, CBI has arrested former Deputy Secretary in Kejriwal’s office Tarun Sharma, Kumar’s alleged close aide Ashok Kumar, Managing Director of a PSU, R S Kaushik.

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