Simultaneous searches were conducted over the properties linked to the ADM over the allegation of possession of disproportionate assets by the government servant.
The searches were conducted on the strength of search warrants issued by the Special Judge, Vigilance in Bhubaneswar, informed Odisha Vigilance.
Assistant Civil Supplies Officer (ACSO) of Nuapada district, Ratnakar Sethy was arrested on Thursday by the State Vigilance department for allegedly amassing property disproportionate to his known sources of income.
A teacher reportedly owning assets worth over a whopping Rs 4.73 crore has ended up landing under the scanner of Odisha Vigilance authorities for accumulating the wealth through illegal means.
The searches are currently underway by several Vigilance teams comprising 9 DSPs, 5 Inspectors, 5 ASIs and other personnel at seven different locations including residence and other properties associated with the constable.
Subsequently, simultaneous raids were conducted by the teams of the anti-corruption agency on properties of Sushama including her residence and office in Nabarangpur and Bhawanipatna.
Another Police Constable has come under the Vigilance scanner, this time from Berhampur.
Meanwhile, a Vigilance team has brought Das to his Bargarh, Britt Colony residence in the Capital City where his one more property is likely to be searched today.
Vigilance sleuths on Thursday (Nov 25), conducted raids at various places linked to an Assistant Engineer of the ITDA (Integrated Tribal Development Agency) at Baripada on charges of accumulating assets disproportionate to his income.
Officials of Odisha Vigilance on Thursday conducted raids at the residence, office and some locations related to Santosh Kumar Das, Assistant Engineer of Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) at Baripada in Mayurbhanj district, on charges of building up wealth disproportionate to his known sources of income.
Vigilance officers on Monday nabbed a supervisor of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) at Sinapali in Nuapada district while she was accepting a bribe of Rs 80,000
On Thursday, four teams of the Odisha Vigilance led by an equal number of DSsP, 8 Inspector rank officers had conducted raids at multiple locations linked to the Assistant Executive Engineer in Khordha, Nayagarh and Dhenkanal districts.
The tainted Deputy Manager of Odisha State Police Housing and Welfare Corporation Pratap Samal has been given compulsory retirement by the Government of Odisha on Thursday. The State government took the decision to retire the official over incompetency & corruption charges.
According to the reports, four teams have been formed under the authority of four DSPs, eight inspectors and other staffs in order to carry out the raids.
The Odisha Vigilance on Thursday unearthed Ollywood links of the tainted OPHWC Deputy Manager, Pratap Samal, who has been arrested on charges of amassing disproportionate assets.