New Delhi: A bugging device was found from the newly appointed Delhi Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief MK Meena's office.
The spying device was in the form of recorder in a pen and was spotted four days ago, Delhi Police officials said.
Meena, according to reports, spotted the device, which was kept in the pen stand on his table.
Reports said that forensic test will be done do ascertain whether the device was deliberately planted or left there by mistake.
Police officials also said that the device was not in operational mode at the time of seizure.
The appointment of Meena as Delhi ACB chief had stirred controversy after Delhi LG Najeeb Jung appointed him superseding Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's hand-picked chief SS Yadav.