Guwahati: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has booked 27 Assam Police officials, including three IPS officers, for their alleged involvement in the multi-crore rupees scandal in the appointment of Constables in the 10th Assam Police Battalion.

CBI sources said here on Sunday the chargesheet was filed earlier this week for anomalies found in 2007 in the appointment procedures. It also alleged that at least Rs 19 crore was siphoned off from government treasury in fake appointments from 2001 to 2006.

Among the chargesheeted were three retired IPS officers - Paresh Neog, Indrakanta Gogoi and Jiban Singh, sources said.

The case was handed over to CBI in 2009 following which the central probe agency grilled several police officials, including at least seven IPS officers.

(Agencies)