CBI registers case in opposition to 1989-batch civil servant couple in Rs 5.5 crore DA case | India Information
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation carried out searches on Friday (April 9) on the premises of 1989-batch civil service couple Alka and Amit Jain after registering a case in opposition to them for allegedly amassing disproportionate property to the tune of Rs 5.5 crore.
The CBI registered the case on the allegations that Alka Rajavanshi Jain, IRS 1989 Batch, Commissioner of Revenue Tax (Appeals), Udaipur, whereas working as a public servant in numerous capacities within the Revenue Tax Division and her husband Amit Jain, Group Basic Supervisor (S&T), Rail Vikas Nigam Restricted (RVNL), Jodhpur acquired big movable and immovable property through the interval from April 2010 to June 2018 of their names, mentioned the CBI assertion
The central probe agency performed searches at residential and workplace premises of the accused at Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur which resulted within the restoration of incriminating paperwork.
The paperwork included the acquisition of immovable property price Rs 7.96 crore (approx); Financial institution stability/FDRs of Rs 70.4 lakh (approx); the money of Rs 13.20 lakh (approx), jewelry, and in addition discovered some lockers in varied banks at Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur, the company assertion added.