Vijay Goel

Goel seeks information on Corruption in Commonwealth Games

Through a series of questions, Rajya Sabha MP and Former BJP Delhi President Shri Vijay Goel sought information from the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports on corruption in Commonwealth Games of 2010. Through a written reply, Shri Goel was informed that:
The Central Investigating Agency i.e. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has informed that 33 cases (19 Regular Cases and 14 Preliminary Enquires cases) have been registered against various persons/entities related to Commonwealth Games, 2010. The cases are against various officers of Organizing Committee, Commonwealth Games – 2010, NDMC, CPWD, DDA, PWD, MCD, MTNL and some other entities. The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has registered 70 cases regarding irregularities in tendering process, financial irregularities and embezzlement etc. against various officials/entities related to CWG-2010.
The cases are at various stages of investigation and will reach their logical conclusion as per due process of law. The previous Government, immediately after the completion of the Games, constituted a High Level Committee (HLC) headed by Shri V.K. Shunglu to look into various issues related the organizing and conduct of the CWG, 2010, including weaknesses in management, alleged misappropriation, irregularities, wasteful expenditure and wrongdoing, and lessons to be learnt for the future.
The High Level Committee (HLC) on Commonwealth Games 2010 gave six reports, between 29th January to 28th March’11. Subsequently, the Government constituted a Group of Ministers (GoM) on 2nd August, 2011 to consider the views expressed by various Ministries/Departments on the findings and recommendations of the HLC. In pursuance of the decision of the said GoM copies of the Reports of the HLC as they relate to this Ministry together with the related comments/views on these reports have been forwarded to the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Central Vigilance Commission in the context of the on-going investigations.

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