CBI Full Form: Central Bureau of Investigation
CBI stands for Central Bureau of Investigation and it is a Government organization which comes under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pension. It is formed in 1941 as the special police, and it is lead by Director, the CBI head.
As it is one of the special and confidential organizations in India, which give it some special rights such as CBI is exempted from the provision of the Right to Information Act and this is the only department of India which can communicate with Interpol.
CBI originally formed to investigate bribery and corruption cases, including government corruption, but now it also handles organized crime, international crime, and breaching of central law cases. CIB is supposed to solve high-level cases which include high bribery, corruption, and criminal cases.
The head Quarter of CBI is located in New Delhi, which is led by Rishi Kumar Shukla, the current Director of CBI.
History of CBI
In 1941 CBI was formed by the British government to look and investigate the corruption and bribery occurring during the war in the supply department of India. The first Head Quarter of CBI was located in Lahore and after the independence and patrician, the Indian government think they also need CBI to tackle the corruption so they adopted the department and set its headquarter in New Delhi.
Objectives of CBI
- To investigate the high-Level Corruption and bribery including government corruption
- To handle criminal cases.
- Resolve the high-level unsolved cases
- Communicate with Interpol to fight against international crime.
|CBI||Crime Bureau of Investigation|
|Headquarter||New Delhi (India)|
|Motto||Industry, Impartiality, Integrity|
|Director||Rishi Kumar Shukla|
|Director Designation||IPS officer|
|Total Employee||7274 members|
|Parent Ministry||Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pension|
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