India Taunts Corruption With US On Goa Water Development Scheme

On Monday, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar summarized that Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) might be appropriate service to investigate the alleged corruption case which involved a US resolute to acquire a water development scheme contract in the state during Congress government potential. Yesterday Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar probed CBI to inquiry bribery case.

Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar Urges CBI to investigate Corruption in Goa Water Development Scheme.

Speaking to news channel Parsekar said, “CBI would be the appropriate agency to probe the matter.” After receiving groundwork report in the current matter then the next progression of action will be pronounced said Parsekar. The alleged occurrence happened during the management of Congress government at the time of Digambar Kamat as the State Chief Minister.

Parsekar further said, in earlier Digambar Kamat led Congress government other two former ministers may have chance involving in the corruption case but the names of the minister were not revealed. Louis Berger from New Jersey-based construction management firm tried bribing Indian officials with many crores to win major water developmental projects in Guwahati and Goa. In this process the reactions of two BJP leaders led to spread the news.

Government prosecutors stated in their 11th page charge-sheet that the alleged Louis Berger uphold a comprehensive dairy and bribery account given to Indian officials. The supposed bribery amount is of USD 976,630 offered by Louis Berger for Goa project that include a minister and further details were not availed by US Justice Department.