Bengaluru: Sleuths of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Saturday raided houses of KAS officer B Sudha and seized 10 lakh cash, gold, documents pertaining to properties which are allegedly disproportionate to her known sources of income.

The sleuths are said to have found that unaccounted gold and the raids were conducted in six places simultaneously on her two houses situated at Thindlu near Yelahanka in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Udupi, including her friends in Bengaluru and Udupi district, in a case of disproportionate assets (DA) and irregularity case.

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Sudha came under the scanner after a public petition was filed in a court on the charges of, she was involved in corruption for a few years. The court issued an order to conduct the raid. 

ACB officers were reportedly shocked after noticing a lot of gold jewellery which usually displays in a jewellery show room. Sudha’s husband is a film producer in Sandalwood.

The team, under the guidance of superintendent of police, ACB, Kuldeep Kumar R Jain, have conducted the raid.

Sudha served as special land acquisition officer in BDA and now she is an administrative officer in Biotechnology department in Shanthinagar.