Retired BMC employee booked for possession of ‘disproportionate assets’

BMC sanitation worker booked for possession of 'disproportionate assets'
The retired sanitary inspector had allegedly amassed assets worth more than two times his legitimate income (Representational Image)

The Anti-Corruption Bureau of Mumbai police on Thursday booked a retired sanitary inspector and his wife for alleged possession of disproportionate assets.

According to officials, the accused – Subhash Jamdade (62) – worked as a sanitary inspector in E ward office of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

During the tenure of his service, Jamdade allegedly collected assets worth at least Rs 75.80 lakh, 200 percent more than his legitimate income, the official said.

A case under the Prevention of Corruption Act has been registered against Jamdade and his wife, and further probe is underway.

However, no arrest has been made till now.


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