Falsely promising governorship and RS seats for Rs 100 crore: CBI busts racket


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According to officials, the CBI dismantled a multi-state conspiracy of fraudsters who were trying to defraud people out of Rs 100 crore by falsely promising them governorship and Rajya Sabha seats. They claimed that the agency had recently conducted searches related to the case.

According to the officials, the CBI has named Kamalakar Premkumar Bandgar of Latur, Maharashtra; Ravindra Vithal Naik of Belgaum, Karnataka; and Mahendra Pal Arora, Abhishek Boora, and Mohammed Aijaz Khan of Delhi-NCR in connection with the case.

Bandgar is alleged to have asked Boora, Arora, Khan, and Naik to bring any work that he could fix in exchange for payment of enormous illegal gratification while posing as a senior CBI officer and flaunting his “connections” with high-ranking officials.

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