Pune: While there is no official word from the Central Bureau of Investigation raid on sacked CWG Organising Committee Chairman Suresh Kalmadi’s residence, the shamed sporting chief claims that the agency sleuths did not find anything incriminating against him.

The CBI raids are already seen as a move that has come a little too late after the CW Games loot surfaced and allegations of corruption publicly leveled against the Pune MP.

"CBI officials came to my place. But what have they found? They could find only that is recorded in income tax returns filed by me. They have found nothing against me," the Congress MP, who returned from Bangkok on Friday, said addressing party workers here.
"Everything is fine. I am ready for any enquiry and will answer all questions,” he said.

Kalmadi said that he received letters of appreciation from all over the world following the successful hosting of the CWG. The Congress MP under scanner said the staging of “CWG also led to improvement of Delhi as a city with creation of infrastructure”.

He said he was not "missing” as speculated in a section of media and asserted that he would not do anything that would bring disrepute to Pune.