CAT Dismisses Application Challenging Transfer of Inspector CBI
23 May, 2013

On 22nd May, the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) dismissed an application filed by Balbir Singh, Inspector CBI, finding the challenge made to his transfer as "devoid of merit". The Tribunal has found nothing amiss in the transfer orders of Balbir Singh. The Court also upheld transfer orders by the CBI Head Officer of Inspector Balbir Singh.

Inspector Balbir Singh, who claimed to be a whistle blower, had alleged that Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of CBI Mahesh Aggarwal had pressurized him to help an accused in a trap case. Later, Balbir Singh had filed an additional affidavit alleging that Mahesh Aggarwal had tipped off relative of Vijay Singla, nephew of former Union Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal about the raid by Delhi CBI. He had also alleged that raid at Vijay Singla's residence was delayed by three hours by the DIG which helped his family to destroy the evidences. None of the accusations have found favour with the Tribunal.

Inspector Balbir Singh also alleged that DIG helped Rajiv Gupta, a Joint Commissioner in the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation who was to allegedly share a significant amount of graft money, in a case against an MC patwari.

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