Policeman’s pile: House, 2 sites, 10 acres land, Rs 1 crore in bonds, 500 gm gold, etc.
Victor Simon in ACB custody, cops say he is not cooperating with probe
A day after BMTF Inspector Victor Simon was raided by Anti-Corruption Bureau sleuths, he was arrested on Wednesday.
In Tuesday’s raid, the sleuths had unearthed assets that were 257.46% disproportionate to his actual income.
As per a press release issued on Tuesday evening, Victor Simon owns a flat in National Games Village, Bengaluru, a huge house, two sites and 10 acres land in Mysuru, bonds worth Rs 1 crore, 500 grams of gold in a bank locker, cash worth Rs 7.26 lakh seized from his current residence, liquor of around 22.36 litres, including foreign-made brands, a Verna car and around Rs 21.61 lakh worth of household items.
#BreakingNews— Thebengalurulive/ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು ಲೈವ್ (@bengalurulive_) March 10, 2021
Anti-Corruption sleuths have arrested BMTF inspector Victor Simon as he is not cooperating in investigation. Cops have unearthed more than 257.46% disproportionate assets then his actual income. @acbkarnataka @seemantsingh96 #Bangalore #Bengaluru #Karnataka pic.twitter.com/yH0jkWVVgf
ACB raids #BMTF Inspector, #BBMP engineer in #Bengaluru— Thebengalurulive/ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು ಲೈವ್ (@bengalurulive_) March 9, 2021
Graft search targets 9 officials in statewide #raids
Graft search team comprises 52 officers and 174 staff headed by SPs https://t.co/KtPuWLUNcS#Bangalore #ACB #DisproportionateAssets @acbkarnataka @seemantsingh96
An ACB officer confirmed Simon’s police custody till March 13 and said further custody may be sought from the court as he is not cooperating with the investigation. Sources said that prior to BMTF, Simon had worked with the city police commissionerate in the Bellandur and HSR Layout police stations.