As soon as the government changed in Rajasthan, Gehlot’s most important officers came on the ACB’s radar.

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IAS officer Akhil Arora with Ashok Gehlot

Even before forming the government in Rajasthan, BJP is in action mode. Preparations are underway for the biggest anti-corruption drive in Rajasthan. It is reported that Ashok Gehlot’s most important officer Akhil Arora has now come under the radar of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB). India TV has exclusively received information that senior IAS officer Arora may be questioned in the Yojana Bhavan cash and gold case. ACB has also sought permission for this. India TV has also obtained all the documents in this regard.

Permission has been sought to file a case against Arora.

In fact, the case of gold worth Rs 80 lakh and cash of Rs 2 crore in the locker of the DOIT office operating in Yojana Bhavan in Rajasthan has again hit the headlines. Now senior IAS Akhil Arora has come on ACB’s radar. On the basis of FIR No. 125/2023 registered in connection with the case, ACB has sought permission from the government to register a case against Akhil Arora. Regarding this, a letter was sent to the DOP (Department of Personnel) on October 6 with the signature of ACB DG Hemant Priyadarshi. But the DOP suppressed the letter.

ACB's letter

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The ACB sought permission from the government for the investigation.

Anti-Corruption Bureau

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Letter from Anti-Corruption Bureau

Gold and cash worth crores have been recovered from the DOIT office.

It is noteworthy that the recovery of gold and cash worth crores of rupees in the locker of the DOIT office caused a stir in the Gehlot government. The office of DOIT operates at Yojana Bhawan. One kilo of gold biscuits and cash worth Rs 2 crore 31 lakh 49 thousand 500 were recovered from the cupboard kept there. Chief Secretary Usha Sharma and all senior officers also gave this information in the press conference.

Joint Director Ved Prakash had disclosed his gold and cash.

Then DOIT Joint Director Ved Prakash Yadav came forward and admitted that the gold and cash belonged to him, which he had taken as bribes at different times. An FIR was registered against the then Joint Director of DOIT Ved Prakash Yadav in this case. However, after Ved Prakash Yadav’s confession, the challan was issued without investigation. In such a case, the investigation can now proceed on the basis of where this gold and cash came from?

Scam needle on DOIT company Rajcomp

After the appearance of Joint Director Ved Prakash Yadav, then BJP Rajya Sabha MP Karuri Lal Meena openly alleged that the government had put in small pawns to protect the senior officer. The needle of the scam revolved around DoIT company Rajcomp Info Service Limited (RISL). In which officers posted from top to bottom were stuck here for many years. The Finance Department (whose ACS is also Akhil Arora) commissioned dozens of projects one after the other through Rajcomp Info Service Limited (RISL), a DOI company.

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