Thursday, December 1, 2016
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
CG UPDATE(CBI) ******** CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION ANTI-CORRUPTION BRANCH III Floor, Kendriya Sadan, Sultan Bazar, Koti, Hyderabad-500 095 Phones: (040) 24732762,63,64 & 68 and 24734667 Fax: (040) 24612763, e-mail: email@example.com PRESS NOTE REGISTRATION OF RC 24(A)/2016, CBI, ACB, HYDERABAD AGAINST
OFFICIALS OF POST OFFICE Based on the credible information that certain grave irregularities have been committed in exchange of old currency notes with new currency notes to the general public at Himayathnagar Sub-Post Office a Joint Surprise Check was conducted by officials of CBI, Hyderabad along with Staff of Postal Vigilance. The Joint Surprise Check revealed that on 12-11-2016 an amount of Rs. 74,73,500/- in Rs. 2000/-new denomination has been shown to have been exchanged against the old currency notes amounting to Rs. 74,73,500/-. However only 987 numbers of Request Slips were only found available for total amount of Rs. 38,45,500/- against Rs. 74,73,500/- and there were no Request Slips for an amount of Rs. 36,28,000/- (Rs. 74,73,500/- minus Rs. 38,45,500/-). It is revealed that Smt. G. Revathi, Sub Postmaster, Himayathnagar Sub-Post Office has done this as per the instructions of Sri. K Sudheer Babu, IPoS, Senior. Superintendent of Post Offices, Hyderabad City Division, Hyderabad. Further Sri G. Ravi Teja, working as Office Assistant at O/o SSPOs, Hyderabad City Division, who is deputed for disbursement of new currency notes to various Post Offices under Hyderabad City Division, confirmed that said Sri Sudheer Babu gave him old currency notes of Rs. 500/- and Rs. 1000/- denomination total amounting to Rs. 36,00,000/- and took new notes of Rs. 2000/- denomination for said amount of Rs. 36,00,000/- at the originating place i.e. GPO, Hyderabad Treasury itself.
Based on the outcome of said Joint Surprise Check CBI, Hyderabad registered a Regular Case vide RC No. 24(A)/2016-CBI-HYD u/s 120-B r/w 406, 409, 477-A IPC and 13(2) r/w 13 (1) (d) of PC Act against said Sri. K Sudheer Babu, IPoS, Senior. Superintendent of Post Offices, Hyderabad City Division, Hyderabad, G. Revathi, Sub Postmaster, Himayathnagar Sub-Post Office and Sri G. Ravi Teja, working as Office Assistant at O/o SSPOs, Hyderabad City Division and unknown other public servants and private persons on the allegation that accused in criminal conspiracy with other public servants and private persons by abuse of their official position fraudulently exchanged Rs.36 lakhs of old demonetised currency notes of Rs.500 and 1000 denomination with the new currency notes of Rs.2000/- denomination without genuine documents on 12.11.2016 which was meant for disbursement among genuine general public and thereby misappropriated Rs.36 lakhs. During the investigation, searches were conducted at the residence of said Sri Sudheer Babu and during interrogation he revealed that he exchanged the old currency notes worth Rs. 36,00,000/- with new notes of Rs. 2,000/- denomination. IF PUBLIC HAVE ANY COMPLAINTS ABOUT CORRUPTION IN CENTRAL GOVT. DEPTs & PSUs, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES OF TELANGANA AND RAYALASEEMA REGIONS OF AP THEY MAY CONTACT SUPDT. OF POLICE, CBI, HYDERABAD, IN PERSON OR OVER PHONE NOs. 24732768 (O) 9010299553 (Cell). Sd/- DY. INSPR. GENL. OF POLICE CBI, ACB, HYDERABAD Dated: 28.11.2016.
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Thursday, November 24, 2016
CBI carries out raids at post offices in Hyderabad after irregularities: -
CBI officials obtained inputs about irregularities in post offices in terms of amount being accepted in old 500, 1000 rupee notes after demonetisation.
Simultaneous raids were conducted on as many as eight post offices in Hyderabad city.
CASH WORTH RS 40 LAKH SEIZED FROM HIMAYATNAGAR POST OFFICE
Reports suggest that during the raids, cash worth Rs 40 lakh was seized from Himayatnagar post office. The raids are going on at the General Post Office in Abids, Narayanguda, Chikkadpally and Himayatnagar areas. CBI officials interrogated the post office staff, inspecting their records and cash reserves relating to transactions since November 9.
CBI GOT COMPLAINTS ABOUT POST OFFICE STAFF
Sources say that the CBI has received complaints that some post office staff are allegedly exchanging the demonetised high-currency notes illegally. The sleuths are also verifying certain savings accounts, where a huge amount of money has been deposited post the demonetisation announcement.