Mangaluru: Disproportionate asset case – Govt official sentenced to 3.6 years jail, fined Rs 50 lac

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Aug 12: The accusation of possessing assets disproportionate to income against the deputy director of food and civil supplies was proved in the third additional district and sessions court. The convict is sentenced to 3.6 years simple imprisonment and Rs 50 lac fine.

Rathnakara Naika, who was working as deputy director in the food and civil supplied department is the accused who is convicted.

A case on Rathnakara Naika was registered in Karnataka Lokayukta police station of possessing more assets than his income. The case was inquired by justice B B Jakati. Rathnakara Naika was sentenced to 3.6 years of simple imprisonment according to column 13 (1)(e) and 13(2) anti bribe act of 1988. In addition, Rs 50 lac fine was slapped on the convict. If he fails to pay the fine, he has to undergo six months of additional simple imprisonment.






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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    Citizen, Mangalore Fri, Aug 12 2022 Name reveled not be surprised.

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    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    Such officials must be dismissed from service just punishment is not enough Because corruption is a deep rooted evil in society in this modern era

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  • Alwin, Mangaluru

    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    Good moves began and one day India become less corrupt country. There need to be speed from administrative department s

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    just by looking at the headlines i could make out that it should be namma jana....famous in cheating and fraud..

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    Here the govt must confiscate properties of the culprits.... Witch hunting on the families of cow smugglers and communally hurt individuals is a bit too much....

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Fri, Aug 12 2022

    This arrest is just an eyewash to fool the public that the government is strict on corruption. But it doesn’t make much difference unless you are able to sentence MLAs, MPs and ministers for the same offence.

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