Press Release
New Delhi, 22.06.2017


         Director Central Bureau of Investigation Shri Alok Kumar Verma today inaugurated newly constructed Office-cum-Residential Complex of CBI at Raipur (Chhattisgarh).

         The office has been constructed on the land area measuring 3.52 acre at the cost of Rs.14.40 crore(approx). The Office-cum-Residential Complex of CBI at Raipur consists of two storeyed Office building, one Auditorium, Quarters ranging from Type-I to Type-V including a Guest House. The air conditioned office has well-equipped facilities, including Scientific Interrogation Room, Technical Equipment Room, Telephone Exchange Room, Network Operation Room, Work Station for investigating Officers & Ministerial Staff, Library, Conference Hall, Malkhana and Lock-up Rooms. The CPWD constructed the Complex.

         The Anti-Corruption Branch of CBI, Chhattisgarh was earlier part of the Jabalpur Branch of CBI (which was created in the year 1945). The ACB, CBI, Chhattisgarh came into existence w.e.f. 01.01.2009 and was being operated from Bhilai.

         Speaking on the occasion, Director CBI called upon officers to work hard to achieve the organisational goals. He emphasised on the welfare of the CBI staff & family members and suggested for exploring the possibility of establishing Library-cum-Computer room for the children of CBI employees for helping them in preparation of various competitive examinations etc. He extended his gratitude to the authorities of State Government for providing infrastructural & logistical support to CBI and thanked the CPWD authorities for construction of a state of art campus of CBI.

         The function was attended by Shri A.N.Upadhyay, Director General of Police; Shri Y.C. Modi, Additional Director, CBI: Shri Subodh Kumar Singh, Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Minister; Shri P.R.Patil, Chief Engineer, CPWD and various Senior Officers of State Administration; State Police, Central Police Organisations, Public Sector Undertakings & Central Government & CBI etc.