CBI registers charge sheet on Deepak Talwar in FCRA assault case

CBI registers charge sheet on Deepak Talwar in FCRA assault case

On Monday, The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) registered a charge sheet on Deepak Talwar, aviation lobbyist for alleged violation of the foreign contribution regulation act by his non-profit organisation.

NGO Advantage India had earned Rs 90.72 crore following the corporate social responsibility (CSR) system for sending out social projects but it was engaged for some other ideas, the exploration firm has stated.

“It’s a forced charge sheet. The has been no complaint from the foreign donors so how is there a crime,” Talwar’s lawyer Tanveer Ahmed Mir stated.

The exploration firm had secured his close aide Yasmeen Kapoor and two others in September last year in the state. Talwar is now in jail for his performance.

An FIR was filed in the subject in November 2017 calling Talwar, his NGO, a firm M/s as per Health Care Pvt Ltd and its agent Sunil Khandelwal and MD Raman Kapoor, a specialist M/s T Kapoor and private persons for criminal conspiracy, forgery and sections 33, 35 and 37 of FCRA.

The ministry of home affairs had directed CBI to examine the subject. The firm had captured him in July 2019 and asked him at length.

Talwar is under examination in combination with various aviation opportunities as well. He was held by ED in January last year following he was dismissed from Dubai in a different case linked to an aviation scandal.

He supposedly served as a representative to obtain affirmative air traffic rights for foreign private airlines in 2008-09 at the expense of national carrier Air India by conniving with administration administrators.

Deepak Talwar’s son Aditya Talwar is also below examination in the aviation cases. He is currently based in Antigua and Barbuda.

In its FIR filed in 2017, CBI had claimed that Talwar and his NGO, in the name of obtaining ambulances and other articles, redirected the funds collected from a Europe-based defence company.

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