CBI books its as­sis­tant pro­gram­mer in DA case

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CBI has filed a fresh case against its as­sis­tant pro­gram­mer, Ajay Garg, who was ar­rested last year for sell­ing an il­licit soft­ware to sub­vert Tatkal rail­way tick­ets reser­va­tions and ac­quir­ing dis­pro­por­tion­ate as­sets worth Rs 96.09 lakh. Garg was posted as as­sis­tant pro­gram­mer in CBI from 2011to 2017 dur­ing which time his to­tal as­sets grew to Rs 1.46 crore. Be­fore CBI, he worked with IRCTC where he learnt the vulnerabilities of the rail­way tick­et­ing sys­tem. The agency has al­leged that go­ing by the known sources of his in­come, as­sets to the tune of Rs 96.90 lakh could not be ex­plained and were 122% over and above his le­git­i­mate in­come.

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