Vijayawada (AP): Anti-Corruption Bureau today conducted simultaneous searches at different properties in the state, allegedly belonging to a senior official of state Excise and Prohibition department, and found assets worth Rs 1.50 crore, disproportionate to known sources of his income.
The Directortorate General of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Andhra Pradesh, said in a press release that its sleuths conducted simultaneous raids at several places in Hyderabad, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna and Guntur districts.
“A case of disproportionate asests was registered against Mamillapalli Adiseshu (55), Asistant Commissioner of Excise & Prohibition, who is now working as Chief Manager of Andhra Pradesh Beverages Corporation Ltd, Chagallu in West Godavari district,” it said.
During the searches, the authorities found that he owned one flat at Vijayawada, eight plots at Kakinada of East Godavari district, Bikkavolu of West Godavari district and Nallapadu in Guntur district, seventeen land documents for the extent of 22.65 acres, cash of Rs 2.82 lakhs at his residence, bank balance in different banks for Rs 28 lakh, fixed deposit of Rs 5.5 lakh, one Honda car, one Pulsar bike, gold 540 grams and silver 2.5 kgs, 24 promissory notes for Rs 30 lakh together with blank cheques.
Searches are still on. Some promisory notes are yet to be calculated and two bank lockers yet to be opened.
ACB is in the process of arresting Adiseshu and producing him in a special court in Vijayawada, the release said.