Bhopal : The Economic Offence Wing (EOW) of the Madhya Pradesh Police conducted raids Sunday on three properties belonging to a government clerk and unearthed assets of more than Rs.30 crore, officials said.
During the raids in Indore, the police team recovered documents of several properties of the clerk, Raman Dhuldhoye, including 49 acres of land on the Indore-Khandwa Road, four plots in the Sagar district, eight cars, gold and silver ornaments, several bank accounts and lockers.
The clerk, who works in the Road Transport Office (RTO) has a personal assistant named Rupesh Kaushal. The police team also raided Kaushal’s house and found documents related to Raman’s properties there.
“The farmhouse land, which also comprises a huge bungalow, was purchased at the cost of Rs 12 crore a few years back. It is situated in one of Indore’s prime locations. Hence now, its cost would have multiplied several times,” said Superintendent of Police, Manoj Singh from the EOW team.