ACB raids TTD officer’s house

24 Dec 2008 153 Views

source: Deccan Chronicle,   December 25, 2008

 

 http://www.deccanchronicle.com/City/Citynews.asp

 

 

Tirupati, Dec 24: Sleuths of the Anti- Corruption Bureau on Wednesday raided the house of Mr K. Nagaraju, the education officer of the Tirumala Tirupati Devathanams, and found assets worth over Rs Seven crore.

The deputy superintendent of police (ACB), Mr Ch. Srirama Chandra Rao, said the official has two houses in Tirupati apart from five residential plots in the town.  Documents also revealed that he was in procession of two plots in Bengaluru and 22 acres at Gudimallam near Tirupati.

Eighty tolas of gold and four kg of silver were also seized. A case under "holding assets disproportionate to the known sources of income," has been registered. 

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