CBI has registered a case against its Upper Division clerk, working in its vigilance wing, for allegedly amassing properties which were over 500 per cent to the known sources of his income. It is alleged that between 2015 and 2016 Binod Kumar Giri had allegedly amassed movable and immovable assets of over Rs 32 lakh of which over Rs 30 lakh were disproportionate to the known sources of his income by over 552.94 per cent. The CBI alleged in the FIR that he was maintaining three bank accounts in State Bank of India in which huge deposits and withdrawal were made by him. The agency has registered a case of corruption against him.
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