The much-talked-about alleged Chief Minister's Relief Fund (CMRF) scam that came to the light at the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat was given to the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) for a deep investigation. The officials made a big breakthrough in the case reportedly.
According to the media reports, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths have reportedly found that the funds of the CMRF were misused with the help of the data of the poor people.
Reports say that the ACB officials have unearthed a scam and raised a doubt that a few employees working at the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat were involved in this and they are reportedly quizzing the personal secretaries and followers of the public representatives.
While the ACB officials are said to be quizzing the employees and staff of the leaders, the official statement from the agency in this regard is awaited.
The alleged scam came to the headlines back in July after the officials found that there were a few irregularities in the checks that were issued to the beneficiaries of various schemes of the Andhra Pradesh government.