‘Satyendra Jain was working for the syndicate’, CBI sought consent from LG for investigation – Khel Ja

The Central Bureau of Investigation has sought the consent of Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena to investigate the allegations against jailed Delhi government minister Satyendar Jain in an extortion case. Minister Satyendar Jain, along with former jail superintendent Raj Kumar, is facing charges of extorting huge amounts of money from several “high-profile prisoners”, including swindler Sukesh Chandrashekhar. In return they were given protection within the prisons under the jurisdiction.

The CBI, in its letter to the Lieutenant Governor, has said that the agency has received some important information in this regard, which shows that Jain has allegedly “directly or through his associates in several installments between 2018-21, financed the crime of fraudster Sukesh Chandrashekhar. “Collected Rs 10 crore as protection money from.” This was reportedly done to ensure that the thug could live a peaceful and comfortable life in jail.

Sukesh accused of running parallel system

Meanwhile, Sukesh Chandrashekhar has written another letter. It was revealed that in the new letter he accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of intimidation. Also claimed that both Satyendar Jain and Manish Sisodia are jointly running a parallel system in the jail. Satyendra Jain is in judicial custody since May 2022 in a money laundering case.

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Satyendra Jain was doing syndicate work

The CBI has accused him of running a “high-level corruption and extortion racket” operating within Delhi jails. The agency claimed that Satyendra Jain “worked as a syndicate” for the racket along with former Jail Director General Sandeep Goyal, then Additional Jail Inspector General Mukesh Prasad and others.

Extortion case of Rs 12.5 crore

The CBI has accused Goyal and Mukesh Prasad of extorting Rs 12.50 crore from Chandrashekhar and “taking money as protection money from other high-profile prisoners lodged in the jail” to ensure his safety and comfort within the jail premises. . The agency’s allegations state that this amount was allegedly received by prisoner Sukesh Chandrashekhar in various installments between 2019-22, directly or through his associates, with the aim of ensuring a peaceful and comfortable life in jail.

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