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Five years rigorous imprisonment to former controller of explosive

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Mar 5 2019 7:46PM
Five years rigorous imprisonment to former controller of explosive
New Delhi, Mar.5 (HS): The Special CBI Judge, Chandmari of Guwahati(Assam) has convicted Anil Kumar Kunj, then Deputy Chief Controller of Explosives, Petroleum $@$# Explosive Safety Organisation(PESO) both posted in Guwahati in a bribery case and sentenced him to undergo five years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs.20,000. CBI had registered a case in this connection during 2013 U/s 7 of PC Act against Shri Anil Kumar Kunj on a complaint alleging demand of Rs.35,000/- as illegal gratification from the complainant for endorsement of an explosive licence. The licence was granted from the Explosive Department, Kolkata which was inspected by the accused and was pending for his endorsement. Actually, CBI had laid a trap and caught the accused red handed while accepting a bribe of Rs.35,000. After investigation, a charge sheet was filed against the accused in the designated court. In another case, Special CBI Judge of Raipur (Chhattisgarh) has sentenced Dilip Kumar Das, then Income Tax Officer, Raipur in a case of possession of disproportionate assets, to undergo three years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 5,00,000. CBI had registered a case in this connection against the accused in 2011. The accused was caught red handed by CBI while accepting a bribe of Rs 20,000 from the complainant for settling his income tax assessment matter. During investigation of the bribery case, searches in the premises of accused were conducted which led to recovery of huge assets besides incriminating documents. CBI investigation revealed that Das had acquired disproportionate assets worth approximately Rs 1,62,64,828 to his known sources of income during 22-11-2001 to 13-01-2011. The percentage of disproportionate assets was calculated to the tune of approximately 488 percent. After investigation, a charge sheet was filed against the accused in the designated court. Hindusthan Samachar/Pramod
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