ACB Unearths Rs 100 Crores In Raid On Rural Drinking Water Supply Dept Junior Assistant
The ACB officials caught another corrupt fish. The officers of the rural water supply division junior assistant had searched the property and found the property and the officials shocked him. In the next five years, he has lost Rs100 crore worth of assets. The ACB officials conducted searches at the rural water division of the rural water supply department in Ramakrishnanagar district in West Godavari district. The searches were conducted in the houses of relatives and relatives of Diwakar, under the supervision of ACB Additional SP Ramadevi. SP Ramadevi explained about these attacks. Ramppally Diwakar junior assistant in rural water supply department district office. He said he had collected assets worth Rs 100 crore in just five years. In 2012 and 2017, she said.
She said it was found that transactions were made through cash transfers rather than by bank when purchasing assets. Thanuku Mandalam Velupur, Teachers Colony and Ravulapalam areas are named by the name of the buckings of Siddha. In addition to the Gopalapuram Mandal, the locations of the farms and other properties have been collected. She said the Diwakar had identified 85 acres, 19 houses, 4 cars, 50 coins of gold and two kg silverware. She said the documents, cash, gold and silver jewelery had been seized.