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Corrupt Goverment Officer - Multi Crore corruption - Ram Asrey Sahu - Uttar Pradesh and uttarakhand

Reported on June 22, 2020 from Dehradun , Uttarakhand  ι Report #223033

Dear Sir,

I like to inform about most corrupt officer who earned multi Crores rupeesin his govt Job.
Below are the details –

Name - Ram Asrey Sahu

Mobile no - +91 97566 00755

Posting - Assistant Enginner in R.E.S. Department (Rural Engineering Services)

State Govt. - Utthrakhand and Uttar Pradesh

Pay Scale (Base Salary)- As per salary published on R.E.S - Range - Rs 15,000 - 18,000 per month.

Residential Address - B-84, Basant Vihar Colony, Kalyanpur West, Behind Ram Dharam ,Kanta Ring Road, Lucknow.


According to sources he has around 10-15 crores.

But as per salary in his designation he cannot earn more than 20-30 Lakhin his entire job duration.

Means he have 100 times more than he can earn.



This corrupt officer Ram AsreySahu is more corrupt than Yadav Singh who was Engineer-in-Chief of Noida Authority, Greater Noida Authority, 2013

(multi-crore case)

As far information I received his assets highlights–

- Residential multi story Vila with all Modern Hi-Tech Facilities like A.C.,jacuzzi, TV etc. in every room.

- Spends around Croresfor their Children Marriage

- Spent about Croreon their Children Only for Higher Studies.

- They have investment in many undisclosed financial services, which is non traceable.

- Generated the black money by taking the bribe in allocating the contract and misusing the fund allocated for construction.

- Sponsored many marriages for their relatives.

- Bought multiple luxury cars.

- Invested undisclosed black money in undisclosed institution and Properties.

- They have multiple properties in Lucknow.

I am requesting to do investigation and take legal action against this most corrupt officer.

I am a honest citizen who is paying taxes and don’t have Black Money and fighting to survive my Family. Working in Same Rural Engineering Services.

Ramesh

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