It's a Rs 10,000 Cr scam, claims Santanu SaikiaNew Delhi: In a sensational disclosure in corporate espionage case, arrested journalist Santanu Saikia has claimed that it's a Rs 10,000 crore scam.
"Quote me, I was doing a cover up. It's a Rs 10,000 crore scam," Saikia said while coming out of Delhi Police crime branch office.
Here we are giving you latest updates on Corporate Espionage case:
Pradhan says guilty will not be spared
As the police widens its probe into the sensational corporate espionage, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today said nobody will be allowed to breach the official system and all those responsible will be brought to book.
As the police widens its probe into the sensational corporate espionage, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today said nobody will be allowed to breach the official system and all those responsible will be brought to book. Read More
Corporate Espionage: 12 arrests made so far
According to police, these five company executives were receivers of stolen documents which have been recovered by police teams during raids from their establishments.Read More
Documents related to national security have also been recovered in the case, charges under the Official Secrets Act may be attracted in the case, Delhi Police told the court today. Police also informed the court tha the five arrested corporate employees were procuring sensitive documents at the behest of their senior officials
Police demands Police custody of all 5 accused in corporate espionage case
'Guilty Won't Be Spared,' Says Home Minister
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that the guilty would not be spared in the corporate espionage case and promised "strictest punishment" to the guilty.
Crime Branch raids office of petrochemical firm in Noida
Further intensifying its probe into the sensational corporate espionage scandal, Delhi Police Crime Branch today raided the Noida office of Jubilant Energy, a petrochemical company after it searched the office of arrested energy consultant Prayas Jain.Read More
NSA Ajit Doval had cautioned ministers against leakage of documents
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in his meeting held with Cabinet Ministers with sensitive charges in December last year, had cautioned them against leakage of sensitive documents and classified information.Read More
Low rank staffs are field agents in trading network
The low rank staffs like peons of oil and other ministries were working as the field agents who have access to classified files and overhear any important conversation, investigators said on Friday. Read More
Corporate spying in India: How it works
Corporate spying in India came into public focus in 1998 when V Balasubramaniam (Balu), then India's foremost lobbyist and Reliance Industries' man in Delhi, was charged and arrested under the Officials Secret Act. Read More
Suspects confess passing ‘secret' documents to seniors & business houses
Delhi Police Crime Branch sources said that all suspects arrested in connection with the corporate espionage case have confessed to their crime that they had passed all the stolen ‘secret' documents to their seniors. Read More
The nexus that operated to trade information
The corporate espionage that was happening inside the oil ministry involved a numerous close connections which traded information under the nose of top authorities. Read More
Govt officials were against CCTV installation
Just as when senior ministers from the PM Modi led govt sensed that some corporate espionage was happening two months ago, it decided to install CCTV cameras to catch the culprits.Read More
List of leaked documents
The sensational corporate espionage scandal has rocked the Petroleum Ministry with many chief executive officers (CEOs) saying documents were leaked from the ministries, tax authorities, banks and regulators on regular basis.Read More