FCI Manager convicted in disproportionate income case

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Chennai, Nov, 12 (UNI) The Principal Special Judge for CBI Cases, Justice Naganathan today convicted P Vijay Amaladoss, Assistant General Manager, Food Corporation of India (FCI), to three-year RI and levied a fine of Rs five lakh.

Vijay Amaladoss, while working as Assistant Manager/ Deputy Manager in FCI at Cuddalore, Bankura and Malda during January one 1993 to March one, 2002 acquired movable and immovable properties disproportionate to his known sources of income.

The assets held by Vijay Amaladoss and his family members consisting of properties, fixed deposits and investments were found to be worth Rs 34,17,066.68. During investigation, his total income and expenditure were found to be Rs 24,88,437.85 and Rs 10,34,749.30 respectively. Based on these details, the disproportionate assets held by Amaladoss were calculated as Rs 18,64,048.13.

On completion of the investigation, a chargesheet was filed by the CBI before the Principal Special Judge for CBI Cases, Chennai in 2002 under Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.


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