New Delhi, March 22: The Enforcement Directorate plans to quiz Suresh Kalmadi and officials of the Commonwealth Games organising committee over alleged irregularities in last years showpiece event.
We will soon summon Kalmadi and other officials close to him in connection with the ongoing probe into money laundering, said a senior ED officer.
Last year, the agency registered a case for violation of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema) against officials of the committee.
We have found serious irregularities in funds transfers during the Queens Baton Relay held in London before the Games. The interrogation will be done to ascertain their role in financial matters, said the officer.
Kalmadi, the former chairperson of the committee, will be asked to explain certain financial decisions.
We have been tracking the flow of funds with the help of Reserve Bank of India for a number of events related to the Games, including the batons relay, the official added.
The CBI has questioned Kalmadi thrice over deals with two UK-based firms, AM Cars and AM Films, that provided facilities for the relay.
He was also quizzed about alleged misappropriation of funds in the procurement of equipment.
CBI officials had raided the Congress MPs homes and offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune in December last year. They also scanned his bank details and lockers.