Indore engineer robberies, assets with a value of Rs 10 were found
INDORE: The Police Raided The Homes Of Gajanand On Saturday And Discovered Assets That Were Out Of Proportion To Its Well-known Source Of Income Rising To Rupees Crores.
The Lokayukta Researchers Are Still Collecting Data To Confirm The Amount Of Wealth That Patidar Has Collected. However, Sources Claimed That Assets Worth Rs 10 Crore Were Found During The Raid.
Patidar Stepped Out Of His House With His Wife During A Morning Walk In Schedule 78, When He Was Approached By Officials Who Had Drafted A Search Warrant.
" Acting On A Tip, Sub-engineer Gajanand Patidar's House 58-D In Sector 4, Arandiya Of Scheme Number 78 Was Robbed. Rs 35.65 Lakh Cash, 1363 Grams Gold Worth Rs 35.5 Lakh And 7 Kg Silver Worth Rs 2 Lakh Was Seized From His House. Apart From This, Cars, Bicycles And Properties Were Found In Different Places," Said Inspector Vijay Choudhary, Who Led Nine Teams To Various Properties Of The Accused.
Choudhary Added That Nine Teams Were Sent To Different Locations In Indore, While One Team Went To Khandwa To Investigate The Ancestral Property Of Patidar. He Owns A 15-hectare Large Country In Oon Or Shegaon In Khandwa.
Raids Were Also Performed In The Home Of Patidars Brother Ramesh And Sister Kunta.
Apart From This, Information About Life Insurance, 15 Bank Accounts And A Number Of Fixed Deposits Have Been Recovered." His Bank Accounts Have Been Sealed And Investigations Have Been Started For The Same. We Are Sure That We Will Also Receive A Huge Amount Of The Accounts," Choudhary Said.
According To The Police, Patidar's Income In His 32 Years Of Service Should Have Been Only Rs 50 Lakh, But Property And Assets Related To Different Crores Have Been Recovered, Which Is Very Disproportionate To His Known Source Of Income. Patidar Was Going To Work In 1987 And Was Posted As A Tracer In Indore. He Was Promoted To Senior Draftsman And Sub-Engineer In October 2009. One Of His Daughters Married To IIT Delhi And Graduated In Pune And The Second Daughter Has Gone From GSITS. Patidar's Son Was In Class XII And Had Received His Result The Day Before. A Case Is Registered Under Relevant Sections And Furthermore Probe Is On.