Fake CBI’s JR director lobbying to get ‘No Entry’ permit for firm held


NEW DELHI: The Heart Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday arrested a person from Tamil Nadu Bhavan in Delhi, for allegedly impersonating as Joint Director of the CBI and lobbying to get a ‘No Entry’ allow for a personal agency.

“Kovvi Srinivas Rao was lobbying to obtain ‘No Entry Permit’ (permission for vehicles to ply during ‘No Entry’ restriction timings in Delhi) from Delhi Police for 2000 vehicles of the company ‘Porter’. He was duping common people and was asking for personal favours,” the official mentioned.

Just lately, the CBI had obtained a tip-off that the accused had been impersonating as an IPS Officer and Joint Director of CBI. He was demanding bribes from unknown non-public individuals for lobbying with public servants for getting favorable responses in varied issues which embody the instances registered by completely different central investigative companies.

“He met a number of people and offered favorable outcomes in various matters pending before government authorities. Rao demanded costly gifts from them by claiming that the gifts needed to be further handed over to senior government officials,” the official mentioned.

Rao visited New Delhi on November 22 and organized keep at Madhyanchal Bhawan and Tamil Nadu Bhawan. He was assembly varied non-public individuals and public servants.

Impersonating as a senior CBI officer, Rao instructed one Vinay Handa that he was taking care of officers’ cadres of the CBI and that he would make preparations for the job of his youthful son.

The CBI after getting the knowledge lodged a case underneath sections 419 and 420 of the IPC. The CBI laid a lure at Tamil Nadu Bhavan and held him.

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