CBI books US-based firm executive, unidentified NHAI officials in bribery case
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has booked an executive of Indian subsidiary of US-based company CDM Smith and unidentified officials of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for alleged bribery of over $1.18 million to secure contracts, officials said.
The agency has named in its FIR (first information report) the US-based company, its Indian subsidiary CDM Smith India Private Limited based in Bengaluru, its the then director finance Gopakumar, S.Krishnamurthy, the then manager of RV Infra Solutions and other unidentified executives of CDM Smith, its Indian arm and the NHAI, the officials said.
It is alleged that the company paid bribes to the tune of $1.18 million through its Indian arm to various officials of the NHAI to secure contracts between 2011 and 2016, they said.
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