'Activity West End': Jaya Jaitly sentenced in debasement case

'Activity West End': Jaya Jaitly sentenced in debasement case

Two decades after a sting activity was done to uncover affirmed debasement in barrier bargains, an exceptional CBI court in Delhi indicted previous Samata Party President Jaya Jaitly and two others for defilement. 

 The beginning of this case lies in sting "Activity West End", directed by news site Tehelka in 2000-2001 to show debasement in resistance acquirement, and made open in mid-March 2001.

 Based on the sting activity, a FIR was enlisted against the four people – Jaitly, Major General S.P. Murgai, Gopal K. Pacherwal and Surender Kumar Surekha however the last turned approver for the Central Bureau of Investigation. The CBI recorded the charge sheet against Jaitly and the others in 2006.

 As indicated by the office, Jaitly went into a criminal trick with Murgai, Surekha and Pacherwal in 2000-01 and got Rs 2 lakh as satisfaction for herself or for some other individual from Mathew Samuel, delegate of invented firm M/s Westend International, London

 She did it with an intention to practice impact upon community workers in the issue to getting gracefully arranges from the Ministry of Defense for some safeguard gear for example Hand Held Thermal Cameras (HHTC) for the said imaginary firm. It is claimed that various installments were made to Murgai for his administration in such manner and an entirety of Rs 1 lakh was paid to Surekha for his help with the issue.

 Extraordinary CBI Judge Virendra Bhatt, in a request dated July 20, expressed: "All the three blamed are thus sentenced for the offense of trick culpable under Section 120B IPC r/w Section 9 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988."

 Further, Jaitly and Murgai are thusly indicted for the offense under Section 9 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 likewise, the adjudicator included
 The court will hear the contentions on the quantum of sentence on July 29.1


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