New Delhi, Dec 6 (UNI) A large number of incriminating documents relating to properties in Delhi and Lucknow have been unearthed and a contractor with Noida Authority, K M Khandelwal, arrested in CBI raids on three premises in Noida and Lucknow in connection with a disproportionate assets case against former Uttar Pradesh chief secretary Akhand Pratap Singh, a CBI spokesman said today.
The searches conducted yesterday on the premises of two key associates of the accused public servant, including former chairman of the CBSE B P Khandelwal, revealed that immovable properties in Lucknow and Delhi, suspected to be 'benami', had been acquired by them.
Documents relating to a commercial property in Lucknow and 20 bighas of agricultural land in Bahraich were unearthed, the spokesman said.
The movable assets included bank accounts and shares acquired by the public servant in the name of the two associates and their wives.
These unearthed assets were in addition to what the CBI had detected so far belonging to Singh.
Besides, the investigation agency also seized documents pertaining to forged wills created by the accused official from the premises of the arrested contractor who was being produced before a special CBI court today for police remand, the spokesman added.