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ACB raids govt officers’ premises in Karnataka, recovers money hidden in drain pipes, ceiling -WATCH!

By Jaffer Mohaideen

Bengaluru: The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) officers on Wednesday (November 24) carried out simultaneous raids in at the very least 60 areas throughout Karnataka towards authorities officers on costs of disproportionate property. The raids are being carried out on the residences and places of work of 15 authorities officers working in varied departments.

In keeping with sources in ACB, within the preliminary searches and findings, the officers have unearthed paperwork of big property disproportionate to their incomes. The raids are carried out on govt engineers, RTO officers, income inspectors, challenge managers, joint director, First Division Clerk (FDC) and a ‘D’ Group worker. These officers labored for Income division, BBMP, agricultural division and PWD as effectively. The raids are additionally being carried out on a physiotherapist of a authorities hospital.

Sources in ACB said that, Rajashekar, who labored as a physiotherapist at Yelahanka authorities hospital has bought three BDA websites, two income websites and likewise bought 5 acres of land in Doddaballapur taluk close to Bengaluru. The raids had been carried out after ACB obtained complaints on this regard.

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In keeping with the Bureau, raids had been carried out at areas belonging to Mangalore Good Metropolis Government Engineer Ok S Lingegowda, Mandya Government Engineer Srinivas Ok, Doddaballapura Income Inspector Lakshminarashimaiah, Former Undertaking Supervisor of Bengaluru Nirmiti Kendra Vasudev, Bengaluru Nandini Dairy normal supervisor B Krishna Reddy, Gadag Agriculture Division, Joint Director T S Rudreshappa and Bailahongala cooperative growth officer A Ok Masti amongst others. ACB sources mentioned they seized property associated paperwork, enormous amount of gold and silver ornaments, money and funding paperwork from them.

The company recovered greater than Rs 50 lakh money bundles stashed in a drainage pipe and ceiling of a home. In keeping with ACB sources, notes had been additionally discovered hidden in sarees.

Within the wake of a number of complaints on rampant corruption and accumulation of wealth disproportionate to their sources of revenue, the sleuths are raiding varied areas in Bengaluru, Kalaburagi, Davanagere, Belagavi, Mangaluru districts.

The search staff contains greater than 400 officers, together with eight Superintendent of Police, 100 officers and 300 employees members.

(With Company inputs)

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