New Delhi, Jan 7: Probe against former IPS officer Kiran Bedi for allegedly misappropriating funds meant for her NGOs and inflated air tickets was in progress and efforts are on to finalise the investigation at the earliest, the Delhi Police has told a court here.
In a status report police said the investigation has revealed that Microsoft had provided Rs 48 lakh to Bedi's NGO, India Vision Foundation (IVF), besides 62 laptops and two desktop computers for promoting computer education.
It stated Vedanta Foundation informed the police that IVF was assigned by it to impart computer education among police authorities and 70 per cent of its expenses were to be born by Vedanta as donation.
The probe was carried by Delhi Police's Crime Branch on the FIR lodged against Bedi on directions of the court on November 26, last year.
“The investigation is in progress and efforts are being made to finalise the investigation at the earliest,” the police said in its status report submitted before Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Amit Bansal.
The report stated that several documents have been received in response to summons to produce document issued to both Microsoft and Vedanta Foundation several documents.
The police stated that summons were issued to Fly Well Travels for production of documents and details of air tickets purchased by Bedi, but its has sought more time to provide the details.