New Delhi: During Thursday and Friday, in the raid of the Anti- Corruptions Bureau- ACB, a senior transport department official in Andhra Pradesh has been exposed to have connection with the 800 crores of rupees’ valued assets. Now the said official is arrested by the department on the charges of possessing assets disproportionate to his sources of income in various states.
He was having assets located in various states, including the state of Andhra Pradesh and also Telangana, and such assets are valued by the ACB is to cross about 800 crores of rupees, said reportedly.
The arrested official, being the East Godavari Deputy Transport Commissioner, namely, A Mohan was produced before the Anti- Corruption Bureau Court in Vijayawada on Thursday, as stated reportedly.
While so, the officials from the ACB agency, who were led by the DSP- A Ramadevi, from Central Investigation Unit, had earlier started raiding the houses of the A Mohan which are located in Nine places in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka on a day before yesterday, i.e. on Thursday and also continued their search on yesterday, i.e. on Friday.
Thus, as per the said officers, the arrested senior official is having assets of worth of 800 crores of rupees at the market value, and notably the document value of his properties come in between 100 to 120 crores of rupees. Not only this, the officers also confirmed that there are several bank lockers still pending to be opened and searched. In his assets, the officers also found the jewelries made of gold and silver and diamonds and also other precious stones.
As per the officers statements, they found around “2 kg of gold and 5 kg of silver.” And in the other fixed assets, the officers claimed to have found 14 flats in and around Hyderabad and One building at Panjagutta, a five- storey building in Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad, etc. and about 83,000 cash was also recovered.
Moreover, as per the said DSP- Ramadevi, the team yet to “calculate the value of the ornaments, the cash in his bank accounts and valuables in back lockers.”