- 32 employees of Tihar Jail fell, 30 suspended and 2 terminated
- 32 employees accused of collusion with the Chandra brothers of Unitech
- A letter was written in this regard to the DG of Tihar Jail and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
After the action was initiated by the Delhi Police in the Unitech case, 32 employees of Tihar Jail have been charged. In this entire case, 30 employees have been suspended while two employees have been terminated. A letter was written on behalf of Delhi Police to the DG of Tihar Jail and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
32 employees of Tihar Jail were accused of colluding with former Unitech promoters Ajay Chandra and Sanjay Chandra. On the report of the Delhi Police Commissioner, the court had directed for further investigation in the matter. After which the Crime Branch of Mangalwal Delhi Police started investigation by registering an FIR.
An FIR under relevant sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act was registered with the Crime Branch of Delhi Police after 32 staff of Tihar Jail in collusion with former Unitech promoters Ajay Chandra and Sanjay Chandra. A letter was also sent to Tihar Jail and the Ministry of Home Affairs for action, after which this action has been taken.
The Supreme Court had last Wednesday directed a detailed probe into the nexus between the Tihar Jail authorities and the jailed Unitech ex-promoters Sanjay and Ajay Chandra brothers, based on a report by Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana. On August 26, the Supreme Court had directed the transfer of the Chandra brothers from Tihar Jail in the national capital to Arthur Road Jail and Taloja Jail in Mumbai in Maharashtra.