The accused surrendered ahead of Kadavanthra police on the direction of a court docket and had been released on bail rapidly thereafter

The accused surrendered ahead of Kadavanthra police on the direction of a court docket and had been released on bail rapidly thereafter

Virtually four years after valuables rate over ₹1.50 lakh had been reported missing from the reliable characteristic of the chairman of the Bigger Cochin Pattern Authority (GCDA), Kadavathra police on Saturday arrested pale GCDA Chairman N. Venugopal and three others officials of the model company in that connection.

The accused surrendered ahead of Kadavanthra police on the direction of a court docket and had been released on bail rapidly thereafter.

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The case used to be registered in January 2017 after GCDA lodged a criticism relating to lack of valuables, including furniture and air conditioners, rapidly after C.N. Mohanan took over from Mr. Venugopal as the contemporary chairman following the exchange of guard at the Direct. The incident came to mild when Mr. Mohanan visited the reliable characteristic rapidly after assuming trace.

As per an preliminary estimate at the time of registering the case, valuables, including three air conditioners, three cots, a sofa, television stand and even kitchen utensils, rate ₹1.51 lakh had been missing. Even though just a few of it had been recovered just a few months later from a fish farm being developed by GCDA at Mundamveli in the meanwhile, majority of them remain untraceable.

The employees, including a retired one, had been arraigned in as accused as they had been regarded as to be the custodians of the missing properties.

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