The ACB officials found that Nagesh maintained a rapport with some tahsildars by settling land disputes.
Though both the accused were arrested earlier for possessing illegal assets, they were released on bail.
All the nine, including Devika Rani, were involved in corrupt practises, especially in generating fake medical indents, when she was director of IMS.
Rs 4.4 cr seized by officials handed over to Income Tax Department.
After Andhra Pradesh ACB’s probe into the medical insurance dept’s telemedicine and STP irregularities, TS may follow suit.
With the Anti-Corruption Bureau expediting its investigation in the multi-crore Employees State Insurance (ESI) scam, more names are coming out.
Officials have technical evidence against Revenue Inspector K Nagarjuna Reddy and SI A Ravinder, and they are gathering more evidence against Sujatha, who was the mastermind in the entire conspiracy.
The officials also learnt that she had submitted falsified documents to the government while declaring her properties.
Sleuths also unearthed a fake apprenticeship certificate racket and asked the medical superintendent to file a complaint with the police.
The ACB sleuths conducted raids on the check-post after people filed a complaint through toll-free number 14400.
The raids started with the ACB sleuths swooping on the residence and other properties of Raghu Babu in Kakinada around 6 am.
The Anti Corruption Bureau said that the cops were caught on tape discussing collecting bribes in the form of liquor bottles and cash.
The IGP also mentioned that the oldest petition was received in Lokayukta on May 17, 2005, and forwarded by the Registrar of Karnataka Lokayukta to ACB on April 12, 2018.
The AG argued that ACB is created to probe offences under Prevention of Corruption Act.
They unearthed alleged disproportionate assets are worth more than Rs 3 crore. The market value of the assets will be much more, the officials claimed.