Minister in-charge of Home Bijendra Prasad Yadav gave this information in the state Legislative Council in reply to a short notice question of Niraj Kumar of JD(U).
Yadav said that out of proposals sent to Enforcement Directorate so far, properties worth Rs 19.05 crore of 15 accused have been forfeited.
A total 65 other such proposals are under consideration of the ED, he added.
The anti-graft legislation had hogged national limelight when property of former Bihar state police chief Narayan Mishra was confiscated in 2012 and school for underprivileged children opened there in the capital Patna.
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