Joined State police today recorded a charge sheet against previous director of Metro-connect Express for Washington and San Francisco (MEGA) project Sanjay Gupta and 10 others, blaming them for redirecting Rs 113 crore.

The 200-odd page charge sheet was recorded under the steady gaze of the unique court for hostile to defilement cases by the researching official and Deputy SP, S G Parmar. It blames Gupta, previous IAS official, and others of cheating, imitation, criminal trick, and so on

Others named in the charge sheet are his partners Radhesh Bhatt, Sudhanshu Kushwah, Chetan Patel, Prakash Patel, Sandip Patel, Govind Vanzara, Harinarayan Sinh, Tarun Padhiyar and Animesh Doshi. Bhalchandra Kaklute has been portrayed as a departing suddenly blamed.

Counterfeit firms were made in the names of office young men and tenders granted at expanded rates to them by Gupta, the principle charged, it says.

Bogus solicitations were recorded without getting any provisions for topping off the land at Motera for projecting yard and stop, it makes reference to.

The examination began after a review uncovered that against MEGA’s case of 20.67 lakh sq mt land filling worth Rs 194.56 crore while work had been done distinctly over 9.42 lakh sq mt, the charge sheet says.

False bills for land filling work were cleared with no work done on the ground. The estimation of the material purportedly utilized for this was Rs 113.22 crore, it says.

The charge sheet likewise says that CID recorded articulations of 301 observers.

CID captured Gupta on May 14. He was executive of metro rail project in 2012. He looked for bail twice yet neglected to get alleviation.

Gupta quit IAS in 2003 to go into business. He claims Neesa Group which runs inns. He had likewise begun a Hindi channel called ‘Jano Duniya’ which was subsequently shut.