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Property list of APSC chief submitted to HC

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GUWAHATI, Oct 17 - Mukul Saikia, Superintendent of Police, Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, pursuant to the order of the High Court, has submitted the list of properties of the chairman of the Assam Public Service Commission, Rakesh Kumar Paul, based on his investigation.

The list stated that Paul is presently residing on the ground floor of House No. 47, Shangrilla, Shaktigarh Path, Bhangagarh, Guwahati, which belongs to him.

Besides, the first floor of the Mandakini Apartment located opposite Das Service Station, Kalapahar, Guwahati-18 with land line number 0361-2491923, too, is owned by him.

Further, one commercial property measuring about 3000 sq ft at Labu Complex at Dakhingaon near Krishna Mandir, Guwahati, has also reportedly been purchased by him.

His wife, Sunanda Paul owns a flat at Borbora Niwas, Srimantapur LP School Road, Bhangagarh, Guwahati, with a �benami� transaction by Rakesh Paul. Being a housewife, she uses two vehicles.

Rajeeb Paul, Rakesh Paul�s brother, purchased a three-bedroom flat at Janakpur, Kahilipara, Guwahati and one furnished office measuring about 1000 sq ft at Talukdar Complex, Mazar Road, Bhangagarh.

Sanjay Saha, Rakesh Paul�s driver, resides in a well-furnished two-storeyed building situated on a plot of land measuring about 3 kathas with a high boundary wall beside Bishnu Rabha Path, Lalganesh, Guwahati, which was constructed four years back.

Rakesh Paul, the report said, also owns properties outside Assam and as per a complaint, Sanjay Saha also owns one bigha of land at Sonapur (adjacent to Satsang Bihar) on the outskirts of Guwahati.

Rakesh Paul also owns two flats in New Delhi, South Extension and Gurgaon.

In the complaint dated February 11 filed by Kamala Kanta Das before the DIG/CBI, Guwahati, it was alleged that huge cash is stacked in the residence of Rakesh Paul and requested immediate action.

The complaint was forwarded by the CBI to the Vigilance & Anti-Corruption, Assam, on March 9, but no action was taken to seize the cash.

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Property list of APSC chief submitted to HC

GUWAHATI, Oct 17 - Mukul Saikia, Superintendent of Police, Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, pursuant to the order of the High Court, has submitted the list of properties of the chairman of the Assam Public Service Commission, Rakesh Kumar Paul, based on his investigation.

The list stated that Paul is presently residing on the ground floor of House No. 47, Shangrilla, Shaktigarh Path, Bhangagarh, Guwahati, which belongs to him.

Besides, the first floor of the Mandakini Apartment located opposite Das Service Station, Kalapahar, Guwahati-18 with land line number 0361-2491923, too, is owned by him.

Further, one commercial property measuring about 3000 sq ft at Labu Complex at Dakhingaon near Krishna Mandir, Guwahati, has also reportedly been purchased by him.

His wife, Sunanda Paul owns a flat at Borbora Niwas, Srimantapur LP School Road, Bhangagarh, Guwahati, with a �benami� transaction by Rakesh Paul. Being a housewife, she uses two vehicles.

Rajeeb Paul, Rakesh Paul�s brother, purchased a three-bedroom flat at Janakpur, Kahilipara, Guwahati and one furnished office measuring about 1000 sq ft at Talukdar Complex, Mazar Road, Bhangagarh.

Sanjay Saha, Rakesh Paul�s driver, resides in a well-furnished two-storeyed building situated on a plot of land measuring about 3 kathas with a high boundary wall beside Bishnu Rabha Path, Lalganesh, Guwahati, which was constructed four years back.

Rakesh Paul, the report said, also owns properties outside Assam and as per a complaint, Sanjay Saha also owns one bigha of land at Sonapur (adjacent to Satsang Bihar) on the outskirts of Guwahati.

Rakesh Paul also owns two flats in New Delhi, South Extension and Gurgaon.

In the complaint dated February 11 filed by Kamala Kanta Das before the DIG/CBI, Guwahati, it was alleged that huge cash is stacked in the residence of Rakesh Paul and requested immediate action.

The complaint was forwarded by the CBI to the Vigilance & Anti-Corruption, Assam, on March 9, but no action was taken to seize the cash.

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