<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a corruption case against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar, and his non-government organisation (NGO) Advantage India and others accusing them of siphoning funds received by the NGO. The CBI has registered a case based on a complaint filed by MHA against a New Delhi-based private firm Accordis Health Care Pvt Ltd, NGO Advantage India, its then functionary Deepak Talwar, then MD Raman Kapoor, Sunil Khandewal, a consultant T Kapoor, and other unknown persons for violating Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), criminal conspiracy, forgery, making false statement before authority, using forged document, and attempting to cheat. The complaint relates to the allegations of misutilisation of foreign contribution which were received under the Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme for the purpose of carrying out educational and social activities. The agency also said Advantage India diverted Corporate Social Responsibility funds received from France-based Airbus SAS and UK-based MBDA International. CBI carried out raids at 11 locations across Delhi and seized incriminating documents and other valuables.


CBI files case against Deepak Talwar, NGO