NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation is looking for tax experts from Reserve Bank of India and other financial institutions to help it in probing high-profile cases, including multi-crore rupees chit-fund scams and alleged loan fraud by businessman Vijay Mallya. The agency, which is facing acute staff shortage, has written to all central government ministries, states, RBI and other financial institutions seeking “eligible and willing officers” to be appointed as advisers. The CBI wants to appoint senior advisers on foreign trade or foreign exchange and taxation to provide technical assistance, according to the agency’s communique.
May 27, 2018 13:57 IST
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