- Anti corruption Bureau (ACB) officers raided his house on Friday, February 3,
- The ACB sleuths seized movable and immovable properties worth Rs 1.5 crore.
Anti-corruption Bureau (ACB) officers raided on the house of a police constable in Kalaburgi on Friday, February 3, as they had complaints against him for having more property than his income.
Kanakareddy Bheemanna Yadav, is working as a Head Constable in Super Market Police Station, Kalaburgi and stays in the Agricultural Colony, Kalaburgi. The ACB sleuths raided during the early morning and were shocked to see his luxurious house (pictured) and the posh interior decorations within.
The ACB sleuths have estimated that his house was worth anywhere from Rs 85 lakhs to Rs 1 crore and have found cash worth Rs 12 lakhs, 250 grams of gold, 2.5 kilos of silver, a car, three bikes and other valuable articles. Besides, he owns a truck, registered in another's name.
Kanakareddy joined the police department in the year 1997 as a constable and had been promoted to the post of Head Constable recently. The ACB, on the basis of his regular income, estimated that his property should to be not more than Rs 35 lakhs. But the actual value of his total property after this raid is estimated to be more than Rs 1.5 crores.
The ACB have filed a case against Kanakareddy and have taken him in their custody for further investigating. Anita Haddanna, SP of ACB, headed the raid.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:34 PM