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New Delhi: On Friday, the Director of Enforcement (ED) said it was thereChhattisgarh) Surendra Kumar Chandra, Executive Engineer, Public Health Engineering Department (Executive Engineer)Surendra Kumar ChandraAnd Rs. 1,722 crore including movable and immovable property of their family members (Money Laundering (M))One laundering) Are attached to the case. According to an ED official, the combined assets include bank balances as well as agricultural land, plots and houses in Bilaspur and Janjgir Champa districts. Chhattisgarh: The body of a fugitive accused in police custody was recovered from the river
The EC registered a money laundering case on the basis of the FIR filed by the ACB, Chhattisgarh Police and then the chargesheet, which was acquired by Chandra. disp2 had declared unearned assets of Rs. The money laundering investigation revealed that most of the real estate was bought in the name of Chandra and his wife, the official said.
The official said the investigation found that Chand and his wife had used the illegally acquired cash house for registration under a project of the Chhattisgarh Housing Board. He said the registration was later canceled and the amount deposited was returned to the bank account, which was used to buy more other properties.