Asst Forest Conservator held for disproportinate assets
Hyderabad, Mar 17 (UNI) Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths today conducted simultaneous searches in the residences of Kasagani Satyanarayana, an Assistant Conservator of Forests in Rajahmundry and his relatives in East and West Godavari districts and unearthed disproportionate assets worth above Rs 30 lakh.
They include three house sites at Jangareddygudem and Rajahmundry, a house at Jangareddygudem, 20 acre of agricultural land at Chakradevarapalli, Parimpudi and Ponguturu villages, four cell phones worth Rs 20,000, a car, motorcycle, LIC policies worth Rs 3.51 lakh, gold ornaments valued at Rs 2.50 lakh, household articles worth Rs 3.50 lakh, chits for Rs 50,000 and cash Rs 66,880.
The accused officer has been arrested. He will be produced before court, an ACB press release today said.
In another case, Nama Laxmi Narsu (55), Assistant Director, Agriculture, Khammam, was caught red-handed when he accepted a bribe of Rs 2,500 from the complainant today at his office for processing the application for renewal of pesticide licence.
He will be produced before Special Judge for SPE and ACB cases, here.
Meanwhile, the Principal Special Judge for SPE and ACB cases here setenced Gulam Rasool Khan of Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board to undergo one year's rigorous imprisonment and asked him to pay Rs 1,000 in fine for taking bribe.
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