New Delhi: CBI today carried out searches at the residence and office of the Deputy Chief Security Officer of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on charges of forgery and embezzlement in provident fund of guards.
There were several allegations against the Deputy Chief Security Officer (Class I and group A officer) Rajive Lochan since 2009 into which the Chief Vigilance Officer of the institute was also making an inquiry, sources said here.
Lochan had been accused of hiring a private security agency by forging and manipulating documents. He was also charged with making false payment of crores of rupees to ghost employees and misappropriation of the security guards Provident Fund (EPF) money in nexus with private security agencies, they said.
The CVO, who had been inquiring into the matter, had sent some inputs to the CBI following which the search was conducted, the sources said.