A criminal complaint has been lodged with the Delhi Police against the former DDCA President Sneh Bansal, ex General Secretary Anil Khanna and vice-president Rakesh Bansal. Complainant Mahesh Kumar Bhati, citing findings of the Forensic Audit Report of the DDCA, has sought registration of an FIR against a total of 19 accused, including various “service providers”.
The Audit Report, complaint states, has revealed that Sneh Bansal and Khanna during their tenure as the DDCA President and Secretary General have made “payments amounting to more than ₹10 crore without any authorization by ‘Finance Committee’.”
The complaint further accuses the duo of not adhering to the “Financial Manual” and making the payments on “false bills and vouchers”. “Prima facie sham and bogus payments were made without any authorization of other officials or the Finance Committee, alleges the complaint.
The complainant citing the Forensic Audit report has made numerous serious allegations against Bansal, Khanna and other accused. Insidesport.co is in possession of a copy of the complaint which alleges that the audit report of the company had revealed “illegal transfer and diversion” of funds.
The complaint alleges that around ₹1.55 crore were “illegally directed” from a DDCA bank account to the accounts of Vidhan Infrastructure, Sri Ram Tradecom and Maple Infra Reality without any authorisation or relevant documents by Bansal and Khanna. The report also accuses Sneh Bansal and Rakesh Bansal of siphoning off funds through a company Rattan Industries in which they are directors. The company is also made an accused in the complaint.
It was the serious nature of the complaints against the accused which have led to the Delhi High Court appoint former Supreme Court judge Mr Justice (Retd) Vikramjit Sen as the DDCA administrator as the entire company board was dissolved.
The complaint further states that the forensic report has revealed “that the Accused No.1 (Sneh Bansal) and accused No. 2 (Khanna) indulged into criminal acts by forging and fabricating the ledger account of the Company (DDCA) to falsify the accounts. The fabrication of accounts were done to conceal the acts of Criminal Breach of Trust and attempted misappropriation of funds of the DDCA.
Sneh and Rakesh Bansals’ company Rattan Industry was already having business relations with the companies accused of “criminal conspiracy”. The complaint alleges that Bansals have received “payments in their companies” from the various companies accused in the complaint.
The complainant has also sought further investigation into the matter by the Economic Offences Wing of the Delhi Police.
The complainant in a separate letter to the DDCA secretary Vinod Tihara has also sought “to prosecute” the accused.