Bhopal: CBI has conducted a raid at the residence of an employee of South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL) at Nourozabad in Umaria district and recovered huge amount of cash and property disproportionate to his known sources of income, a official said.
        
Acting on a tip-off, CBI officials conducted the raid at Bhuvneshwar Prasad Mishra's residence and recovered Rs 44.19 lakh cash, fixed deposits worth Rs 50 lakh,
1.3 kg gold and eight kg silver ornaments, CBI SP Manish Surti said.
   
Mishra, who was posted as a Senior Safety cum Production Assistant at SECL, Nowrazabad in Umaria district and was also a labour union leader, he said. Immovable properties, such as house, plot and 10 acres of agriculture land worth Rs 40 lakh, two trucks, a dumper, a
Safari SUV, a jeep and two bikes were also found.
        
Mishra had also gifted a car each (WagonR and Indigo) to his two daughters in their marriage, he said.

(Agencies)

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