Disclosure of cash, jewelery and properties worth lakhs at senior accountant’s residence and other locations

The Anti-Corruption Bureau raided the residence of Daulat Singh Dayma, Senior Accounts Officer of Ajmer Pension Department on Saturday in connection with the acquisition of disproportionate assets. In action, Dayma turned out to be the owner of movable and immovable property worth crores. Documents, proofs of 450 percent more property were found in proportion to his legal income from his residence and other places. ACB’s search operation continued till late evening.

DIG Sameer Singh told that ACB. On the instructions of the Headquarters, ACB Ajmer and Intelligence Branch Jaipur have registered a case against Senior Accounts Officer and Deputy Director Finance Daulat Singh Dayma of Pension Department for acquiring disproportionate assets.
After the registration of the case, on Saturday, the ACB Ajmer unit organized B.K. of Dayma. Searches were conducted at the residence and other places located at Kaulnagar, Jai Ambe Vihar Colony. In the search, documents and evidence were found to have acquired about 450 percent more property in proportion to the legal income of Dayma. The ACB was receiving complaints of disproportionate assets against Dayma.

In the search of ACB, more than ten bank accounts, two lockers, 15 valuable residential plots and documents of two shops, cash of 3 lakh 30 thousand in the house, 100 grams of gold and 850 grams of silver ornaments were found in the name of Dayma and his family members. Huh. The ACB has estimated Daima’s movable and immovable assets worth crores of rupees from the documents and evidences. The accused is being interrogated under the direction of ACB ADG Dinesh MN.