ACB files cases against 2 Jammu cops for allegedly possessing disproportionate assets

Srinagar, Feb 15: The Anti Corruption Bureau has filed separate cases against a police inspector and a head constable in Jammu for allegedly raising disproportionate assets.

According to a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the cases were registered against inspector Ameet Kumar Koul and head constable Rajinder Kumar Sharma over allegations of possessing disproportionate assets.

The statement reads that FIR No.01/2024 u/s 13(1) (b) of PC Act 1988 against Ameet Kumar Koul has been registered in PS Central Branch of ACB Jammu based on the outcome of a secret verification with regard to the allegation that the officer is in possession of disproportionate assets to the known source of his income.

“FIR No.02/2024 u/s 13(1)(b) r/w 13(2) of PC Act has been registered in PS ACB Jammu against Rajinder Kumar Sharma based on the outcome of an enquiry conducted into the allegations that the official has raised disproportionate assets to the known source of his income,” it added.

It reads that searches were also conducted in their houses and business establishments, during which incriminating documents and valuables have been seized, while further investigation is going on.


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