During the investigation, the court has ordered to confiscate more than Rs 13 lakh, benami FDR and jewelery recovered from the house of the accused.
Jaipur: The Special Court of CBI Cases, Order-2, has sentenced Birbal Meena, the then Superintending Oncologist of the Archaeological Survey of India, to two years in jail for possessing disproportionate assets. Along with this, the court has also imposed a fine of fifty lakh rupees on the accused.
At the same time, during the investigation, the court has ordered to confiscate more than 13 lakh rupees, benami FDR and jewelery recovered from the house of the accused. Along with this, the court has acquitted the wife of the accused. According to the case, the accused was engaged as an assistant in the department in the year 1976.
On secret information, the CBI had calculated the income of the accused from the year 1995 to the year 2002, in which the CBI got more than Rs 45 lakh from the income. On this, the CBI had presented the charge sheet in the court considering his wife as an accused and an accomplice.
Reporter: Mahesh Pareek
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