IN WHAT is being termed as a major setback to whistle blower IAS officer
According to sources from the CBI, the probe, which started eight months ago, did not yield any clues about inconsistencies in the purchase of wheat seeds.
Sources also said that the CBI may even close the case.
"The investigations did not find any concrete evidence to prove the allegations further," a source said on the condition of anonymity. Acting on
The agency had also scanned the documents pertaining to the purchase of wheat seeds but did not find anything incriminating.
Khemka had unearthed the case in
Khemka in his complaint had sought filing of a criminal case against officials of two government agencies for their alleged role in a seed scam and for causing a loss of `5 crore to the public exchequer. He had alleged that the
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