Summary: "When asked whether Kejriwal could face criminal charges in these cases, Jung said, "That is possible. "CBI is looking at seven to eight cases," said Jung. Jung asserted, "If I were to sit on every file today, I would behave exactly as I did." They send us 464 files," Jung said.Jung revealed that he had post-facto approved 175 files with a note that these decisions should have been originally taken with the LG's approval. "(New LG) Anil Baijal will also take a look at two or three others in the pipeline (for referring them to CBI).
NEW DELHI: Disclosing some of the findings of the three-member committee constituted to study the decisions taken by the Aam Aadmi Party government without getting the approval of the central government and the LG, former Delhi lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung said the panel had found many "irregularities". He said that some of these vexed decisions were under the lens of the Central Bureau of Investigation, while a dozen others were being probed by the vigilance department."CBI is looking at seven to eight cases," said Jung. "(New LG) Anil Baijal will also take a look at two or three others in the pipeline (for referring them to CBI).
Another 12 are with the vigilance department. CBI has registered FIRs in two to three cases and filed for preliminary enquiry in another three or four."When asked whether Kejriwal could face criminal charges in these cases, Jung said, "That is possible. There are cases that are being investigated and should the cases come to fruition and should the court find substance in the chargesheets then there is problem."Reacting to Jung's disclosures, a Delhi government spokesperson told TOI, "In a democracy, everyone is free to speak and express views.
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