The policeman also alleged that former city police commissioner Param Bir Singh's aide had demanded a bribe of Rs 2 crore to reinstate him into the police force.
The ACB searches are being supervised by Range Superintendents of Police under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
The case has been registered against Kishor Wagh under Section 13(2) in The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, section 13 (2) and 13 (1) E.
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) held a review meeting on Tuesday and discussed the status of cases being handled by the agency.
The sleuths inspected the engineering wing of the temple and verified the documents related to ongoing works, pending bills and project status files.
The probe agency questioned the staff of the Commercial Tax Divisional Office at Abids in order to gather more clues.
In Bengaluru, ACB officials raided the house of Pandurang Garag and seized cash, silver and gold ornaments and few property documents.
Sunil the called up Rao and handed Rs 2 lakh in his car near Revenue Guest House where ACB officials apprehnded Rao while accepting the bribe.
A few days ago, the managing director of Warehousing Corporation and its superintendent engineer were arrested for accepting bribe from a retired employee in exchange for post-retirement benefits.
The accused was identified as Rayana Srinivasa Rao, a deputy executive engineer of River Conservancy sub-division, Krishna Central Division.
Senior cops await a report from ACB to take action against Yeshwanth, the Inspector of Chikkajala police station.
Based on specific inputs on allegations against the official identified as I Prakash, surprise checks were conducted.
Senior leader Anathalavattom Anandan said the raids were part of a conspiracy hatched between some Vigilance officers and private financiers.
The First Information Report was filed against the senior Congress leader for allegedly amassing disproportionate assets worth Rs 4 crore.