CBI has carried out raids at 14 places in connection with a corruption case against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar and six others.
These raids were carried out at the office and residence of Mr. Kumar in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in connection with the senior IAS officer allegedly favouring a private company in five contracts worth Rs 9.5 crore during 2007-14.
The CBI also questioned Mr. Kumar for about seven hours at its headquarters in New

Delhi yesterday. Mr. Kumar's lawyer H.S. Phoolka tweeted that Rajendra Kumar has been released by the CBI after the questioning.
The CBI said, the investigating agency initiated the probe on a complaint filed by former Member Secretary of Delhi Dialogue Commission Ashish Joshi.
The CBI claimed that they have recovered about Rs 16 lakh including including 2.4 lakh in cash. CBI also claimed that they have recovered foreign currency worth Rs 3 lakh from the residence of Mr. Kumar.

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