CBI arrests Unitech’s Ramesh Chandra, Saket SHO in bribery case

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CBI arrests Unitech's Ramesh Chandra, Saket SHO in bribery case

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday arrested the founder of real estate firm Unitech, Ramesh Chandra, an advocate and SHO of Saket Police station for giving and taking a bribe of Rs 2 lakh.

CBI has reportedly registered a case against nine people including SHO Neeraj Kumar and real estate company Unitech Founder Ramesh Chandra.

Unitech has been accused of cheating home buyers. It has been ordered by the Supreme Court to compensate buyers who have been waiting for years to get possession of their flats.

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According to reports, the court had referred 47 cases related to the firm to the Saket police station for investigation. The officials said it is alleged that the firm was making regular payments to the officer to ‘manage’ the cases.

CBI on Tuesday carried out a raid and caught advocate Neeraj Walia allegedly paying Rs. 2 lakh as bribe to Neeraj Kumar.

The promoter of Unitech Ramesh Chandra, Ajay Chandra, Upma Chandra, Seema Manga, Pradeep Kumar and another Delhi police official Sanjay Sharma are among the nine people mentioned in the FIR.

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