Sunday, October 24, 2010

Railway cop runs with cash to escape CBI net

[ Date : Oct 23rd, 2010 ]
Officers from the anti-corruption unit of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chased a railway police inspector and arrested him on the charge of amassing wealth disproportionate to his known source of income.
On Thursday, when the officers raided Arvind Yadav’s house, he started running away with Rs13.5 lakh in cash. However, he was arrested after a chase for about 10 minutes. The cash in his hand turned out to be part of the Rs61 lakh — an amount that he accumulated.
The officers said that they had information that Yadav, who is attached to Kalyan railway police, had accumulated a lot of benami property in the names of his family members, relatives and friends. Raids were conducted at five of these places in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai and property documents, bank passbooks and cash were recovered from there. In fact, the officers are continuing their search.
Yadav has been charged with possession of disproportionate assets to his known source of income. A case of deterring public servants from discharging their duty has also been registered against the accused at Navghar police station.
The case goes back to November last year when CBI received an input that railway police personnel were allegedly collecting money from passengers standing in queue to board general compartments of trains originating from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT). The CBI raided LTT, leading to the arrest of 14 policemen. Yadav was one of the accused in the case. The CBI officers had filed a charge sheet against all the accused. Yadav was out on bail.


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