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Jan 18, 2019
2:08PM

CBI arrests 6 people including Director of SAI for alleged corruption

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Central Bureau of Investigation, CBI has taken into custody six people including Sports Authority of India (SAI) director and three officials in connection with a case of alleged corruption. The arrests were made during searches at  SAI office in New Delhi yesterday. There were complaints against few officers and staff for accepting bribes for work approval. 

Reacting to the development, Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore said, the government is committed to ensure corruption-free India. In a video posted on his Twitter handle, the minister said when the government found corrupt practices by few officers in the SAI, it had given information to relevant agencies, who arrested them. He said the Centre will continue to have zero tolerance approach towards corruption.

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