CrispQ, a firm owned by Mumbai Police Commissioner, Sanjay Barve’s son and daughter was given the contract of digitization of the city police’s official records last year. This contract was awarded during the BJP govt rule in the state.
Against, the allegations, Sanjay said, that the firm had offered its services for free, in light of which the contract was conferred to it.
The five year long contract, was awarded to the firm, prior to the Assembly Polls, which were held in October, last year.
The firm sent a proposal on September 30, 2019 to the state government, offering its service “pro bono” (work undertaken voluntarily and without payment) to provide paperless office system to the Mumbai Police through a software called ”Notesheet Plus”, an official said.