The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against the U.S.-based firm CDM Smith, its Indian subsidiary and officials, besides unidentified officials of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), for alleged bribery of more than $1.18 million to secure work contracts.
On Saturday, the agency conducted searches at four locations in Bengaluru and one in Chennai on the premises of the firm and of Mr. Gopakumar, then director of finance of its Indian subsidiary. Among those named in the FIR is S. Krishnamurthy, the then manager of Bengaluru-based R.V. Infra Solutions.
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