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Vigilance wing of Odisha police raids in the offices and residences of two official

Bhubaneswar:5/8/17 :The vigilance wing of Odisha police today conducted simultaneous raids in the offices and residences of Bhawanipatna Divisional Forest Officer and Civil Supplies Officer in Bolangir to ascertain whether the senior officers accumulated movable and immovable assets disproportionate to their known sources of inc9me.

Houses of Lalitendu Jena Divisional Forest Officer Bhawanipatana are being searched in Cuttack, Bhubaneswar and Bhawanipatna while houses of Ranjan Sethy, CSO Bolangir are also being searched in Bolangir and Bargarh.

Simultaneous search that begun early morning today is continuing. Details are still awaited


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