The identified extent of lands include Haai Land in Chinna Kakani in Guntur district, agriculture lands in Krishnagiri and Kalluru mandals in Kurnool district, AgriGold Construction Office in Vijayawada and Beach Resort at Yarada in Visakhapatnam,” said CID Additional Director General Ch. Dwaraka Tirumala Rao.
In Telangana, 1,162 acres of agriculture lands were seized in Timmajipet, Narva, Mirjil, Kodangal, Lakshmipuram and Utukuru mandals in Mahabubnagar district. Besides, 54 cars, 2.4 kg gold jewellery and 8.47 kg silver ornaments were seized.
“As many as 19,43,120 depositors’ accounts were traced in AP, 8,43.864 accounts in Karnataka, 2,66,944 in Telangana, 95,401 in Odisha, 38,363 in Tamil Nadu, 9,160 in Maharashtra, 4,549 in Andaman and Nicobar and 1,206 accounts have been identified in Chhattisgarh State,” Mr. Tirumala Rao told The Hindu on Saturday.
eenadu news paper 09-10-2016: http://epaper.eenadu.net