Jaipur: The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) campaign for corrupt officers is continuing in Rajasthan. The ACB team conducted simultaneous raids at 14 hideouts of three officers in Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Chittorgarh. As a result, the team felt so treasured that everyone's eyes were wide open. In fact, 14.50 percent more property was seized from an officer's house than his income.
According to reports, the ACB team first proceeded to the house of Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) engineer Nirmal Goel. It acquired 14.50 percent more than the income. These include 30 kg gold, five luxury trains, four houses in the posh colony of Jaipur, a farmhouse, 3.87 lakh cash, and 245 euros. In addition, lockers in three banks are yet to be opened.
The ACB team is also said to have taken action at the house of district transport officer Manish Sharma in Chittorgarh. After the team here, investment papers worth about Rs.2 crores were received. In addition, rs 1 lakh cash, foreign travel documents, expensive bikes, and cars were also seized. The anti-corruption bureau team raided inspector Pradeep Sharma's house in Jodhpur. The investigation led to reports of investment of 4.5 crore rupees at four locations in Jodhpur, Bhopal, and Bikaner. The property is 33.3 percent higher than inspector Pradeep Sharma's income. The inspector posted at Sursagar police station has received land in Jodhpur, 10 bighas of land in Bhopal, three buses in addition to the school.