AP IAS officer arrested by ACB
The Central Investigation Unit of the Andhra Pradesh Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) raided the official residence of Jaganmohan on Road No.13, Banjara Hills of, who is a 1999-batch IAS officer currently posted as Joint Collector of Ranga Reddy district, and reportedly seized 3 kg of gold, Rs 15 lakh in cash and many property documents worth over Rs 20 crore.
Bank balance amounting to Rs 12 lakh and investments in life insurance policies, national savings and Kisan Vikas Patras amounting to Rs 15 lakh, household articles worth Rs four lakh and a car worth Rs seven lakh were also seized in the raid. He is also said to have owned two houses in Hyderabad city, six flats in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam and eight house sites in Ranga Reddy district.
Jaganmohan, an MSc, PhD and M Ed joined state revenue service in December 1990 and was inducted into IAS in January 2005 and allotted the 1999 batch. His wife is a revenue divisional officer-cadre officer currently posted in the Urban Land Ceiling wing of the state revenue department.