New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is on the lookout of a man who called up Boeing India and enquired about the defence deals impersonating himself as an official of Prime Minsiter’s Office (PMO). He also said that Union home minister Amit Shah and principal secretary PK Mishra wanted to meet the officials of Boeing India regarding the defence deals.
Boeing India filed a case on June 30 following a complaint it received from PMO assistant director PK Issar while referring to a letter that Boeing sent claiming they received calls from PMO last year in November.
According to the FIR, a man named Anirush Singh called the executive secretary of Boeing India and said that he works as a special assistant of principal secretary PK Mishra.
As per CBI, there is no such post as ‘special assistant’ in the PMO and has registered a case under Sections 120B (criminal conspiracy, 419 (impersonation) and 420 (cheating).
In an email to the PMO, Boeing India said that Anisrush Singh kept calling the executive secretary and referred to “some defence bids” of Boeing India that was submitted to the Union ministry of defence and also stated that he had orders from higher-ups to fix a meeting of P K Mishra and Amit Shah with them.
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