Madhya Pradesh: Lokayukta raids find assistant land survey officer a crorepati

Bhopal: Lokayukta police on Wednesday found an assistant land survey officer posted at Umaria a crorepati following searches on the premises of the government officer at four different locations in the state.

The Rewa Lokayukta teams conducted the search in four districts and properties worth over Rs 6 crore were unearthed.

SP, Lokayukta of Rewa zone, Rajendra Kumar Verma told Free Press, “We had received a complaint against officer Munendra Kumar Dubey on his wealth disproportionate to his income. We verified the facts provided by the complainant and registered a case. We obtained a search warrant from the court and carried out the exercise at all the premises of the officer”.

The searches are carried out at residential and commercial premises of the officer and unearthed movable and immovable properties worth more than Rs 6 crore in four districts of the state, the SP said. Searches are continuing in Rewa, Umaria, Shahdol and Bhopal districts, he added.

During the search, nine vehicles including two four-wheelers, six two-wheelers, one three-wheeler, three farm houses, four houses, six shops, bank deposit worth Rs 60 lakh, jewellery worth Rs 70 lakh, a gold brick weighing 1 kg, documents related to insurance policies, bank lockers have been seized so far.

“Properties worth more than Rs 6.77 crore have been detected so far and the search is on,” said SP Verma.

Four different teams raided four different premises of Munendra Kumar Dubey on Wednesday early morning.

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