Police raided the driver’s house of a treasury official in Andhra Pradesh and found a large cache of gold, silver, and bikes. Illegally stored weapons were also found. The raid took place at the house of G Manoj Kumar, a treasury official in Andhra Pradesh. Manoj Kumar is a senior accountant in the treasury. Manoj Kumar deals with retirement and pension. In addition to the driver’s house, his father-in-law’s house was also raided.
The police captured the eye-popping sight during the raid. 2.420 grams of gold and 84 kg of silver were found in eight trunks from the father-in-law’s house. Rs 15.55 lakh was also seized from here. In addition, seven expensive bikes, including a Hardley Davison and a Bullet, two SUVs, four tractors, 3.9mm Soraki pistols, and a horse were seized.
A bank deposit of Rs 49.10 lakh and a will of Rs 27.50 lakh are being investigated. Anandpur police have informed the Anti-Corruption Cell and the Income Tax Department about the incident. Manoj Kumar, the son of a police constable, got a job as an accountant in the treasury in 2005 after the death of his father. Manoj Kumar is accused of corruption at work.