New Delhi, July 31 : The anti-corruption division of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday arrested Aurangabad airport director Alok Varshney for accepting bribe of Rs.
10,000 as the first instalment out of a total demand of alleged bribe of Rs. 50,000. The agency carried out searches last night at the official quarter and office of Aurangabad airport director and at present searches is continuing.
The CBI authorities remained tight lipped about the entire operation but confirmed that the action was based on the basis of corruption related complaint against Varshney.
CBI sources said that the seized documents and other material and articles would be scanned. The CBI officials maintained that the airport director recently came under watch after complaint against him was received with specific inputs about the alleged corrupt activities.