New Delhi, Oct 8: Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has topped the corruption chart with about 4,300 cases.
It is followed by Delhi government, Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Delhi Police.
There are about 457 corruption related cases against the Delhi government employees including 137 from Delhi Jal Board (DJB).
The DDA and Delhi Police where 305 and 133 officials respectively were facing corruption cases. Interestingly, 18 senior DDA officials have retired without their probe been completed.
According to MCD's Vigilance department, as many as 4,299 cases were pending against 3,350 officials. Out of the registered cases, 1,435 cases were by anti- corruption branch of the Delhi Government, Police and CBI whereas 2,877 such cases were registered by its own vigilance wing.
The Delhi Police said that various criminal cases against 133 personnel were pending against serving officials since Jan 2008.
The cases were pending against eight inspectors, 12 sub inspectors, 18 assistant sub inspectors, 28 head constables and 67 constables.