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CBI registers Two cases against public servents recovers Rs 1.07 Cr

CBI registers Two cases against public servents recovers Rs 1.07 Cr
New Delhi, November 25, 2020: The First case was registered against CEDE, ECR, Hajipur (Bihar) on the allegations that the CEDE, ECR, Hajipur had acquired huge moveable and immovable properties in his name and in the name of his family members during the period January 2009 to October 2020 while posted in Railway.  It was further alleged in FIR that during the said period, the accused received a total income of  Rs. 104 lakh(approx) from his salary & others and Rs. 40 lakh(approx) income of his wife. During the said period, his total expenses were allegedly Rs. 67.41 lakh(approx). Thus, his likely saving during the check period was allegedly Rs. 76.59 lakh. It was also alleged that during the said period, he acquired and possessed movable & immovable assets at various places in his name and in the name of his family members of approx. value of Rs.340.69 lakh(approx). It was further alleged that during the check period disproportionate assets have been computed as approx Rs.340.69 lakh(total assets) – approx Rs.76.59 lakh(likely saving) = approx Rs.264.10 lakh, which is approx 183.40% of the net income, which is disproportionate to his known sources of the income.

            Searches were conducted today at the premises of the accused & others including relatives which led to the recovery of cash of Rs.76 lakh(approx); documents related to investment in around 15 properties; investment in jewelry & banks etc and several incriminating documents.

            The other case was registered against an Assistant Director, India Tourism, Chennai (Ministry of Tourism, Government of India) and others including unknown private/public servants on the allegations that the accused along with the Regional Director conduct a periodical inspection in various hotels for the purpose of issuing classification/license and in the process, in conspiracy with Consultant / Hotel owners, the undue advantage is obtained by him and others.  It was further alleged that the accused would be proceeding to Palani near Madurai with the bribe amount of Rs.7 lakh (approx.) collected from various hoteliers for giving favorable reports. The accused was intercepted while proceeding with Palani.

            Searches were conducted today around 15 places located in Patna, Chennai, Kochi, Ernakulam & Kollam which led to the recovery of cash of Rs.31 lakh (approx.) and incriminating documents.

            Investigation in both cases is continuing.

Names of the accused: I) IN THE FIRST CASE  Ravish Kumar, CEDE, ECR, Hajipur (Bihar) II) IN THE SECOND CASE  S.Ramakrishnan, Assistant Director, India Tourism, Chennai (Ministry of Tourism, Government of India).

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