ACB unearths Rs 10 cr worth unaccounted assets of govt officer
Hyderabad: The sleuths of Anti-Corruption
Bureau (ACB) today unearthed disproportionate assets worth
over Rs 2.18 crore belonging to an Additional Registrar
working in the office of Commissioner for Co-operation and
Registrar of Co-operative Societies.
The unearthed assets market value would be more than
Rs 10 crore, ACB sources said here.
A case of disproportionate assets was registered
against A Amarender Rao, Additional Registrar and searches are
still in progress, sources said.
The ACB officials conducted simultaneous searches at
different places covering office of Rao and residence at
Begumpet here and found that the officer was in possession of
disproportionate assets in his and in the names of his family
The assets include one kg of gold ornaments, three
flats (one each at Begumpet, Somajiguda and Saroornagar), 11
house plots in and around the city here and 33 acres of
agricultural land at Moinabad mandal in neighbouring
Ranra Reddy district.
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