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Mangaluru: ACB officials raid residence, office of Udupi excise DySP


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Daiiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP/UM/SB)

Mangaluru, Mar 9: Officials of Anti-Corruption Bueau on Friday March 9 raided the residence of Udupi excise deputy superintendent of police, Vinod Kumar. They also raided Vinod's residence at Kuntikan here, and the excise office in the city, it is gathered. In addition to the office and residence of the officer, the residence of his driver was also targetted.

Sources said that the raids were conducted based on a complaint of possession of disproportionate assets filed in Udupi.

The officials collected certain documents and also found some cash during these raids. As per information, the residence of Vinod's father-in-law at Byndoor was also raided. The details are not yet known.

It is said that the raid was led by ACB superintendent of police, Shruti. Raids were conducted based on complaint lodged at Udupi against Vinod, it is learnt.

As per information, simultaneous raids were conducted on the excise department offices including Mangaluru, Dharwad, Belagavi and Gangavathi.

The office and residence of the assistant executive engineer, Gangavathi, Vijayakumar, was also raided.

The residence of assistant director of agriculture, Kadur, at Chikkanayakanahalli near Kadur was raided. The residence of assistant executive engineer in the department of rural drinking water and sanitation, Appi Reddy, at Mulbagal, Kolar, was raided.

The office and residence of Rajeshwari Jainapura, special land acquisition officer of Krishna upper bank project, was among the spots raided. The residence of her husband was also raided by officials.

Officials are pooling information on the basis of documents they have put together during the raids. More details are awaited.


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  • Bengalurian, Bengaluru

    Sat, Mar 10 2018

    Excise Dept., building looks ordinary. House looks extraordinary.

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  • Henry Mascarenhas, Greenville, NC, USA

    Sat, Mar 10 2018

    A lavish Bungalow for a humble government servant!

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  • Kamath, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Let members of both political party do hunger strike in front of these officials house who have been caught red handed , These political parties will not do hunger strike or will pass any single comment on this issue ,because they are the ones who are indirectly involved in This

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  • Mahi, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    There will be more ACB raids, money collected will go to Congress election fund and they are in dire need of that...

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  • Kishore Kumar, Mangaluru

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Corrupt officials should not be suspended, they should be dismissed from service and all their end of service benefits should be withheld permanently.

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  • Das, Udupi

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Indian legal system needs to be updated. Without bribing Government official it is impossible to do the business.

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  • krishna, mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    If possible catch BIG FISH why only small fish ?? Their are many who they are not paying taxes , collecting HARD CASH ONLY ........IS it possible to catch these BIG KULAS

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  • Kishore Kumar, Mangaluru

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    He is not clerk in excise department. He is a 'BIG FISH' in excise department i.e DySP.

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  • RDsouza, Kadri Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    These thieves have not shared enough to BIGGER (political )thieves!!!

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  • Jembar Bappu, BAJPE

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    All kumar's --- Vijay Kumar and Vinodh Kumar under ACB scanner.. Wow I can see bundle of Rs. 2,000/- and Rs. 500/- . Its post demonetization currency...

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    ACB might have solid reasons for these raids

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  • Lambert, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Maybe these people who are raided wanted ACCHE DIN from some courts ruling that no A.....hol to b served in some radius ... They made a killing when ruling was enforced... now all licences restored again after hullaboo. ? is who has benefited .

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  • rahul, udupi

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    it is good sign to see some info always , later on we dont know the action or punishment for those who make money illegally or taking bribe!
    over the past 6-10 years time in my knowledge in udupi and mangalore all most 1000 people become multi millionaire all of sudden with out any skill or business knowledge or work experience.
    every bribe , every illegal money operation conected with government officials and their support to private /local people .
    as simple as that
    imaging over the past 10 yeras how much money government allotted ( state and central ) and sanctoned to udupi / mangalore ( over 20, 000 crores )
    all these money spreded in to many hands by way of kick back or etc to various individuals

    shame on those people .

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  • Mallar, Mallar

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    These are the robbers of our society, just give publicity and should be shamed for what they do. Those who paid him bribe, please come forward with your experience and let these people be exposed completely.

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  • Chethan Serrao, Bangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Good job by the ACB. More and more raids should be conducted to recover the wealth looted by many officials. Please raid some of the corrupt lawyers who loot the public like anything, there is no accountability, no payment receipt, nothing. They do transactions only in cash, please do the needful.
    Poor, middle class people are suffering day in and out due to such corrupt officials.
    Why greed for such money? End of the day everybody has to die...
    Live happily and let others to live.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Why just before Elections ?
    What does BJP want to Prove ...

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Jossy
    read news properly the raids r conducted by State ACB and not by BJP

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  • JK, southkanara

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    As I noticed... same thing is happening... just like wearing a yellow glass and all objects including thoughts are seen in fake vision. ie: YELLOW YELLOW... Raid was conducted by some officials and Govt is run by Congress... These duffers say it is done by BJP .... so funny and stupid thougts...
    BJP japa nama is good for health ... do it daily, every moment ...

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  • Dr Mohan Prabhu, LL.D, QC, Mangalore (Kankanady)/Ottawa, Canada

    Sat, Mar 10 2018

    Jossey, you have jaundiced eyes when it comes to these matters.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 9 2018

    Hang these corrupt people in front of public, then only INDIA will be clean. Other wise rich will be rich and poor are always poor.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Mar 10 2018

    @G R Prabhuji,mangalore,who should hang whoom?is question like to bell the cat.All are in the same line.whoom to believe and whoom not. Corruption is all over .Beginning from Peon to higher manager.No money ,no justice ,no work done .Everyone opens the hand first .

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