Lucknow: The CBI has discovered vital clues in the double CMO murder case and the multi-crore corruption unearthed in the National Rural Health mission (NRHM). The sources have claimed that it can be a major breakthrough for the CBI investigating the mismanagement of Rs 40 crore in the office of the Chief Medical Office (Family Welfare).
 
The CBI is investigating the murders of CMO Family Welfare Dr BP Singh and Dr Vinod Arya and the death of Deputy CMO Dr YS Sachan in suspicious circumstances.

Two MLAs and three IAS officers will soon be summoned by the CBI in this regard. According to sources, some documents have been discovered from the contractors and officials of the health department during the investigation of the NRHM scam, which can be glaring evidences of flouting rules while awarding contracts to the firms for providing medical facilities.

While medicine and equipment were bought at higher rates, several payments were made fraudulently. It has been found that despite being aware of the corruption, the higher officials did not make attempt to prevent it.

The CBI scanned many files, taking cognizance of the government report on NRHM scam and collecting evidences of malpractices. The senior CBI officials decided to question the leaders and government officials who are allegedly involved in the graft.
 
(JPN/Bureau)