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A clerk who made Rs.30 crores!

Sunday December 18, 2011 07:59:51 PM, IANS

Bhopal: He is a government clerk. But when officials raided his premises Sunday, they found to their shock he had assets worth Rs.30 crore including land, cars, jewellery and several bank accounts.

The Economic Offences Wing of the Madhya Pradesh Police raided three properties belonging to Raman Dhuldhoye, 50, who works with the road transport office (RTO) in Indore.

The team seized documents of several properties including 49 acres of land on the Indore-Khandwa Road, four plots in Sagar district, eight cars, gold and silver ornaments and several bank accounts and lockers.

The clerk even had a personal assistant, Rupesh Kaushal.

"A farmhouse land, which comprises a huge bungalow, was purchased for Rs.12 crore a few years ago. It is in one of Indore's prime locations. Today its cost would have multiplied many times," said Superintendent of Police Manoj Singh.

The clerk had joined the RTO in 1996 and was earning a monthly salary of Rs.16,000.

Raman's father Babulal Dhuldoye retired as road transport officer while his brother Pritiviraj is a deputy commissioner.

"We had received several complaints against him but we had no idea that he would have such huge assets," said Manoj Singh, adding that the value of the properties may be over Rs.50 crore.

"It will take some more time to complete the assessment," he added.





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