New Delhi:  The CBI is likely to file its charge sheet soon in the alleged siphoning of funds in CWG event Queen's Baton Relay against former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee officials and a London based businessman.

Agency sources said the QBR charge sheet would be filed within this month without any further wait for the statement of London based Ashish Patel, owner of firms -- AM Films and AM Car and Van Hire, who is also an accused in the case.

The CBI had filed cases against Patel and three former officials of the Organising Committee of Commonwealth Games -- T S Darbari, Sanjay Mahendroo and M Jaychandran -- for alleged forgery and cheating in connection with the award of contracts to Patel's firms at exorbitant rates during the event held in London in 2009.

All have been granted bail as CBI could not file a charge sheet within stipulated time.

The CBI had registered two cases against OC officials and Patel on November 15, 2010, but did not file charge sheet as it was waiting for replies to its Letters Rogatory from the UK.

The case relates to alleged fraud of transport payments in Queen's Baton Relay during CWG ceremonies held in London.

"It is alleged that in relation to the QBR held on October 29, 2009, the OC awarded the work of transportation to the AM Cars and Van Hire Ltd at exorbitantly high rates without following the standard tender process," the CBI FIR had stated.

While AM Films was awarded work of installing three video screens near the Buckingham Palace, AM Cars had bagged contract for providing logistics.