After I&B Ministry complaint, CBI starts probe against NFDC, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap

Preliminary inquiry has been started into the allegations of financial embezzlement and violation of norms at the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), the move comes on the complaint of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry , which includes charges that the corporation made excess and undue payments to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and other film directors.

The Central Bureau of Investigation’s anti-corruption branch in a letter dated October 23, addressed to the director (finance) NFDC, had stated that a preliminary inquiry had been launched against unknown officials of the corporation, Sun TV, UFO Movies, Anurag Kashyap Films and other unknown people.

The CBI had asked NFDC to furnish certain documents to help the probe, an official of the probe agency said on Thursday. NFDC was constituted under the Information and Broadcasting Ministry in 1975. It receives central funds and other grants to participate in film festivals and make publicity films for the government.

It has been embroiled in a controversy after its managing director, Nina Lath Gupta, was sacked for allegedly favouring Sun TV networks in February, when Smriti Irani was the Information and Broadcasting Minister.

 

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