CBI recovers more property details

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New Delhi | Published: June 23, 2016 10:31:28 PM

CBI has recovered documents related to 43 properties, fixed deposits of Rs 78 lakh, Rs 22 lakh in cash and frozen Rs 37 lakh in two bank accounts in connection with the case registered against nine Income Tax officials and a chartered accountant.

 The agency had recovered documents related to properties worth Rs 2.6 crore, cash of Rs 16 lakh, 4.25 kg of gold jewellery besides 13 kg of silver articles during the searches at the premises of one of the officials.(PTI)The agency had recovered documents related to properties worth Rs 2.6 crore, cash of Rs 16 lakh, 4.25 kg of gold jewellery besides 13 kg of silver articles during the searches at the premises of one of the officials.(PTI)

CBI has recovered documents related to 43 properties, fixed deposits of Rs 78 lakh, Rs 22 lakh in cash and frozen Rs 37 lakh in two bank accounts in connection with the case registered against nine Income Tax officials and a chartered accountant.

The agency sources said the searches were going on but refused to disclose the identity of the persons from whom the recoveries were made.

CBI had yesterday registered a case against nine senior Income Tax officials, including the Principal Commissioner Income Tax, Delhi, and Chartered Accountant Sanjay Bhandari and his sons for allegedly indulging in corrupt practices as it carried out searches at 17 locations across the country.

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The agency had recovered documents related to properties worth Rs 2.6 crore, cash of Rs 16 lakh, 4.25 kg of gold jewellery besides 13 kg of silver articles during the searches at the premises of one of the officials.

They claimed that fixed deposit receipts worth Rs 68 lakh were recovered from another official.

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