Ganjam : With the government endeavoring hard to restrain the stashed black money from the community, vigilance raids are seen to be conducted every now and then across the state. In another such incident, vigilance sleuths here on Thursday conducted raids at the residence of Dilip Kumar Acharya , assistant teacher at Garabaganda primary school under Seragada block in Ganjam district. Movable and immovable properties estimating Rs 3.40 crores were seized during the raid.
With the warrant from the Special judge, four teams comprising the members from Anti-corruption wing of Berhampur division under the jurisdiction of Brahmapur Vigilance SP, Amulya Kumar Das, conducted simultaneous raids at four different places including the tainted teacher’s triple storied house at third lane in Brahma Nagar, another triple storeyed building (Nayan Pharmaceutical Agency) in Muktipatha sahi near new bus stand. Similarly a residential house at fifth lane of Spectrum Colony in Gandhi Nagar in Berhampur Town and Garabaganda primary school was also raided by the officials.
The total value of the movable and immovable properties was summed up to around Rs 3.50 crores , including, the three storied building at Brahma Nagar at Rs 1.24 crores , triple storied building at Muktipatha street at Rs 15.19 lakhs , triple storied building at Gandhi Nagar at Rs.18.75 lakhs , medicines worth Rs 93 lakhs , household articles at Rs 15.75 lakhs , deposits in banks and insurance policies worth Rs 63.48 lakhs , a car and two motorcycles worth Rs 7.83 lakhs , cash of Rs.10.11 thousand and gold and silver ornaments worth Rs 2.50 lakhs, the SP told newsmen.
Police said the investigation is still continuing with the calculation of the assets availed through lockers in various banks.