Guwahati: The chief minister’s particular vigilance cell of Assam Police on Monday submitted a 156-page remaining supplementary chargesheet in opposition to arrested Assam deputy inspector common of police (border) Rounak Ali Hazarika after 109 days.
Investigating officer Hitesh Thakuria, together with the Particular Investigation Group (SIT), submitted the chargesheet in opposition to Hazarika, his spouse Nusrat Rounak Hazarika and one other particular person named Farid Ali.
Hazarika, who was arrested in reference to a disproportionate belongings case on October 5, 2021, and is at the moment in jail, has been charged underneath varied sections of Indian Penal Code (IPC), Prevention of Corruption Act and Official Secrets and techniques Act, 1923.
“Upon completion of investigation, it’s discovered that Rounak All Hazarika had amassed immovable and movable belongings that are disproportionate to his identified sources of revenue, which is 182.19 per cent,” an announcement from the superintendent of police, chief minister’s particular vigilance cell, Assam, stated.
“The prosecution sanction has been accorded and acquired from the ministry of residence affairs, Authorities of India, and the order has been submitted earlier than the courtroom,” the assertion stated.
Earlier, preliminary and common enquiries have been performed after the vigilance cell acquired details about the disproportionate belongings amassed by Hazarika. Thereafter, a case was registered within the vigilance police station.
Ample proof was gathered throughout inquiry and it was discovered that Hazarika had possessed immovable and movable belongings disproportionate to his identified sources of revenue throughout 1992 to 2021.
Hazarika had additionally incurred expenditure to the tune of Rs 1.74 crore (roughly) as academic expenditure of his two youngsters until date.
It might be recalled that the Assam authorities had suspended Hazarika in July, 2021, for unauthorised visits to international nations.
Worldwide journey historical past of Hazarika, collected earlier, revealed that he travelled overseas 9 occasions with out permission from the competent authority.
Final 12 months, a case (vigilance PS case quantity 06/2021) was registered in opposition to the DIG underneath Sections 13 (1) (a) (b)/13 (2) of Prevention of Corruption (Modification) Act, 2018, initiated as per approval of the chief minister.
Hazarika was, thereafter, unable to satisfactorily account for a way he might amass the pecuniary sources (money deposits/cheque deposits in his financial institution accounts from identified sources of revenue.
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