Indore: The Economic Offences Wing of Madhya Pradesh police claimed to have recovered unaccounted wealth in a raid at three residences of a Regional Transport Office clerk here on Sunday.

Drawing a meager salary of Rs 14000, Raman Dhuldhoi who works as a clerk at the Regional Transport Office has reportedly amassed more than Rs 50 crore. The police took action following the complaints that RTO clerk Raman Dhuldhoye had amassed huge wealth, Superintendent of Economic Offences Wing, Manoj Kumar Singh said.

During the raid, police came to know that he owns a sprawling farmhouse, four tracts of land, four expensive cars and recovered gold ornaments weighing over one kilogram and silver jewels totalling 4.5 kg from his possession.

He has also made substantial investments in life insurance policies and has five bank accounts and owns four costly vehicles and two two-wheelers.

Surprisingly, Dhuldhohe, a mere clerk, in his farmhouse has employed 20 people as servants who got a salary of 1.5 lakhs.

Process is on to value his properties and take stock of his bank accounts, the SP said, adding a case has been registered against him under the Prevention of Corruption Act.

JPN/Bureau