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Retired clerk, his wife booked in corruption case in Nanded

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, May 16 (UNI) The Nanded unit of Anti-
Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Whensday registered a case of corruption
against a retired clerk of Forest department at Hadgaon in Nanded
district and his wife for allegedly amassing assets disproportionate
to his known sources of income during his service period.
Alleged accused Sriram Harichandra Panchal and his wife Kesar, who
at present stay in Nanded, are at large and ACB has launched a
manhunt to nab them.
Talking to UNI, sources in ACB said that a complaint was lodged in
this regard with ACB against Panchal in 2015.
During the course of open inquiry, it was revealed that Panchal had
amassed assets worth Rs 77,71,971, which was 105.16 per cent more
than his known sources of income during the period of his service
from 1987 to 2015.
A case under sections 13(1)E, 13(2) of the Prevention of Corruption
Act and section 109 of Indian Penal Code was registered against both
of them with Bhagyanagar police station, sources added.
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