Corruption case ED attaches assets worth Rs 2 89 crore of Kolkata EPFO officer
| Wednesday | 23rd October, 2019
Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached properties worth Rs 2.89 crore of a Kolkata official of the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) for allegedly amassing wealth disproportionate to his know sources of income.
The official, Ramesh Chandra Singh, works as Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner in Kolkata.
Three other EPFO officials — Samiran Kumar Mondal, Deepak Bhattacharya, and Sukumar Shaw — are also being investigated for allegedly laundering money received as bribes.
"The investigation showed that Ramesh Chandra Singh was receiving bribes by misusing his official position and acquired assets disproportionate to his income.
"His properties include bank and postal deposit certificates, and flats in Kolkata," said the officer.
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