Sukesh Chandrashekhar, a convicted conman, has sent a new letter to the Delhi Local Government alleging Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and previous Health Minister Satyendar Jain of breaking the law in order to give medical contracts to a for-profit company called Metropolis Laboratory and Pathology Centers.
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“Kejriwal’s government in Delhi has given a private company, Metropolis Laboratory and Pathology Centers, a number of medical contracts to process blood and other biosamples from several hospitals run by the Delhi government, primarily for all inmates of the Delhi Jail. This application/complaint was filed because, according to Satyender Jain’s instructions, my staff collected a payment of Rs 13 crores in three installments from Metropolis Labs’ Mumbai office during the most recent Goa elections.
Chandrashekhar has also said that during one of their FaceTime conversations, Jain and Kejriwal mentioned that the Metropolis director was a close buddy and that he was providing money because they had assisted the business. He also allegedly said that the money needed to be gathered from Mumbai and transported to Goa and Bengaluru.
The conman offered to produce the FaceTime and WhatsApp chats of the aforementioned transactions of 13 crores that were received and collected from Metropolis Labs’ Mumbai office, pleading with the ED and CBI to check into the situation.