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MP: Primary school teacher is owner of 20 colleges, says EOW after raids

Govt school teacher posted in Gwalior has assets that are over 1,000 times his known sources of income, says EOW official

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Press Trust of India Gwalior
A government school teacher who was raided by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Madhya Pradesh police on Saturday for alleged disproportionate assets has turned out to be the owner of 20 colleges, an official said.
The raids were carried out at the house and other premises of Prashant Parmar, a primary school teacher posted in Ghatigaon here, he added.
"Initial investigation after the raids in Gwalior and other places have shown that Parmar owns 20 colleges offering D.Ed and B.Ed courses in the Gwalior-Chambal division. The documents pertaining to these colleges are being probed," EOW Deputy Superintendent of Police Satish Chaturvedi said.
"These assets are over 1,000 times his known sources of income. He also owns four offices. The raid is underway and more information about the teacher's disproportionate assets is being collected," he added.

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First Published: Mar 26 2022 | 7:09 PM IST

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