KATHMANDU, Jan 7: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has filed a case of illegal wealth amassing against former managing director Gopal Khadka on Monday.
The anti-graft body has filed the case at the Special Court against Khadka claiming that he has earned assets of more than Rs 180 million through the unknown mean of source while verifying his income and expenditure during his service in public post, according to Rameshwar Dangal, spokesperson of CIAA.
Likewise, in its charge sheets, the CIAA has demanded the court to seize the assets of Rs 70 million which he had transferred in the name of his relatives and near ones. Similarly, the anti-graft body has demanded Khadka to deposit the amount of more than Rs 8.9 million cash at the court.
Khadka had been charged with committing irregularities while purchasing land plots for the NOC in various districts, following which the CIAA had begun its investigation.