Engineer in ACB net with over Rs 2 cr unaccounted assets
Hyderabad: Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)
officials on Wednesday unearthed assets worth over Rs two crore
allegedly belonging to a Superintending Engineer in Nalgonda
district of Andhra Pradesh.
ACB officials conducted searches at the office and
residence and other premises of Thakur Kender Singh,
Superintending Engineer, Panchayat Raj Department in Hyderabad
and Nalgonda district that resulted in unearthing of assets
valuing over Rs Two crores, an ACB release said here.
The assets include one house, five plots, three flats,
two cars, 23 acre of agricultural land, 1.7 kg gold, One kg
silver and household articles among other articles.
The market value of these assets is much higher and
the locker, bank transactions and other financial documents
were being checked, the release added.
The case is under investigation.
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