Post office, status and wealth wealth Everything was near them. His heart was to reach Parliament. But before that, the anti-corruption bureau arrested the Narcotics Department Deputy Commissioner, Sataram Meena, in Kota by taking bribe allegedly on Republic Day.
Meena fluttered in the morning and took a firm stand on true loyalty. Now the officials are accounting for their wealth.
According to officials, the figure has reached more than two hundred crore. According to officials of the Bureau, till now, Meena has received a record of 25 million cash, 106 plot, 25 shops, petrol pump, Marriage home, jewelery and agricultural land.
Machine for counting money
Meena had to get help from the machine to calculate the money she got. It has been learned that he has also invested in Bitcoin.
Bureaucrats are looking for electronic devices to detect cryptoconcines that used to be mined.
According to officials, after holding them there was no fear on their face nor any wrinkle on the face.
Apart from Anti Corruption, Additional Superintendent of Police Chandrakil Thakur told the BBC that Mirza is being questioned now.
Dalal Kamlesh Dhark along with Meena has been arrested. Dhark has been arrested for giving a bribe of one lakh rupees.
He is also a broker of Meena. His father cultivates opium An official connected with the investigation said that Meena is not cooperating in the investigation. In the inquiry, Meena said that he had ancestral money.
The bureau has received such documents during the proceedings, which revealed that Meena wanted to contest the Lok Sabha election.
He was ready to contest from any party from both the BJP and the Congress.
There was a little time in retirement
Meena came to government service in 1989 and climbed up the stairs and became a member of the Indian Revenue Service in 1997.
There was little time left in his retirement. Officials questioned the speed, so they talked of being relieved
After that, he was immediately taken to the hospital. However doctors declared him healthy.
Bureaucrats Thakur says that we want to inquire with them and find out who was involved in this work of bribe and how big was this series.
Chief of the Farmers and Narcotics Department
According to officials, there is a bridge between the peasants and narcotics department in opium cultivation. The headman only weighs and calculates the size of opium in that village.
Kamlesh wanted to make his father head in his village, but despite the eligibility another person was made the head.
The officials of Bureau officials had a lot of time to look at Meena, so Kamlesh and Meena’s phones were kept under surveillance.
Everything happened like a film legend. The Bureau kept an eye on Meena. On the Republic Day, as soon as Meena came out of his house for the ceremony, two Narcotics employees of his vehicle escorted on the bike.
Accused Mina flagged off and gave a speech on honesty for twenty minutes. Then returned home and as soon as Kamlesh gave a bribe of one lakh rupees, he was arrested.
Meena of Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan has been in government service for three decades. According to officials engaged in the investigation, they have been suspended.
However, in this regard, the Narcotics Department located in Kota was told that they did not know about it.
None of the officers in Gwalior, headquarter of Narcotics Department, were not ready to talk about this matter. According to the Bureau, accused Meena has several lockers and bank accounts.
Meena has got documents of having 106 land in Jaipur.
These include Meena’s name 23, son Manish’s name 23, wife Premalata’s name 42, 12 names for relatives and wife’s name in 42 shops.
The name of the son in Mumbai is a flat. Apart from this, there are many vehicles and houses in Jaipur. In it, the Jagatpura house in Jaipur received two crore 26 lakh rupees in three Attachments.
The officials of the bureau asked the accused Meena, when his salary was 1.5 lakh rupees, then how did he earn so much property. In the interrogation so far, the accused has described themselves as a culprit.
Meanwhile, the farmers’ farming community has alleged that for the last several years, there was an open game of corruption in the Narcotics Department.
Opportunities for opium cultivation are permitted in seven districts of Rajasthan and for this the government allows farmers to cultivate certain conditions.
Chaudhary Ramnarayan, chairman of the Indian Opium Farmers Development Committee, said, “Farmers have been raising voice against corruption since the beginning, but no one was listening. I was pleasantly surprised when the Anti Corruption Department took action because we were tired of complaining
Opium producers have been sitting on dharna at Chittaurgarh district headquarters since last 445 days. Demand for the solution of the problems of opium farmers is being sought in this dharane. It also includes the issue of corruption.
Chaudhary, chairman of the committee, says, “We have gone to Delhi and have staged a protest on Jantar Mantar but who hears the grievances of the farmer, government officials have created such policies that the amount can be recovered from the farmers.”
Chaudhary alleges that the officers of the department are engaged in illegal work. “They charge the farmers by threatening to cancel the license of opium cultivation.