ACB raid continues as huge amount of unaccounted properties found at traffic constable’s house in Kalburgi


Team Udayavani, Feb 4, 2017, 12:18 PM IST

Kalburgi: Officials from Karnataka state Anti Corruption Bureau (ABC) are verifying the documents at the residence of traffic police constable, Kanaka Reddy in Kalburgi for the second day on Saturday for holding huge amount of unaccounted movable and immovable properties. 

ACB has been raiding the constable’s residence since Friday morning and it has found unaccounted cash worth Rs 11.30 lakh followed by 250 gram gold, 2.5 kg silver, documents stating his ownership of a luxurious house and a site in the city. 

Kanaka Reddy is still out of station since ACB started raiding his residence located agriculture colony. His cell phone is also switched off, therefore no one can get connected with him.    

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