The ACB said the officials found valuables and cash, apart from investment documents, during the raid.
In Karnataka, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Friday raided 80 places, including offices and premises of government employees in various districts. All these employees are accused of amassing assets disproportionate to their known sources of income. A total of 300 officers and employees took part in the operation that started on Friday morning, an ACB official said.
Raid against employees of different departments The
officer said that those who were raided included engineers of irrigation department, public works department and rural development and panchayat raj. A police inspector, district registrar in the office of the inspector general of registration, road transport officer and assistant controller in veterinary department were also among those whose premises were raided.
Raids on the house of a gardener
Officials said that the house of a government gardener was also raided here. From where 4 houses, 1 open space, 510 grams of gold ornaments, 700 grams of silver articles, 1 acre 9 gunta agricultural land, 2 two wheelers, 3 cars, Rs 86,000 cash, Rs 80,000 savings/deposit and Rs 10,00,000 Household items found.