The Delhi police as directed by a Delhi court have registered a cheating and forgery case against Team Anna member, Kiran Bedi.
According to Swami Agnivesh, the cheating and forgery case against Kiran Bedi is a "very serious matter" and she should explain her conduct to clean her name.
Amit Bansal, additional chief metropolitan magistrate directed the Delhi police to register a case against Bedi in 24 hours after a complaint against her was filed by a Delhi-based lawyer Devinder Singh Chauhan.
According to Chauhan, she had wrongfully looted various state police organisations and paramiltary forces in the name of imparting free computer training, through 'Meri Police" under ger trust 'India Vision Foundation".
He also said that Bedi got a donation of more than Rs 50 lakh from Microsoft that was to supposed to give free training to families and children of the personnel of ITBP, BSF, CRPF among other state police organistations.
“I am informed an FIR is registered against me. For me now nothing is a surprise! It only strengthens my resolve to do more," read Bedi's tweet.
“Instead of imparting free training or distributing free computers, Kiran Bedi in collusion with some unidentified persons cheated Vedanta Foundation and made a plan to cheat the children of cops and paramilitary forces and police and for this she planned to collect Rs 20,000 per month per training centre," the complaint reads.
“For the purpose of siphoning money for herself, she entered into a donation agreement with Vedanta according to which Rs6,000 out of the total Rs20,000 was to be paid by Vedanta to her two trusts (India Vision Foundation and Navjyoti Foundation) on the false ground that Kiran Bedi had arranged for the land and electricity for the said centre (training centre) for running their activities," the complainant said.Chauhan also alleged that Bedi was getting huge amount of money from foreign countries for her trust as donation and it should probed by the Enforcement Directorate.
Meanwhile, the complaint filed by Kiran Bedi for probe into the CWG corruption cases was rejected by court.