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ACB conducts raids on IAS Meghraj Singh Ratnoo

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Along with central investigative ED, the state's Anti Bureau (ACB) is also in full action. The bureau has raided house and office of IAS Meghraj Singh Ratnoo, registrar cooperative department over disproportionate asset case.

Ratnoo, a 2010 batch IAS, promoted from state civil services, is due to retire in June 2025.

The ACB had received complaints about Ratnoo possessing disproportionate assets. The sleuths have raided his residence at NRI colony Pratapnagar and his office. A team is also conducting search at the house of his father in law Dr Richhpal Ratnoo in Laxmangarh.

According to sources, ACB has been receiving complaints about Ratnoo but they were no able to trap him.

“When ACB investigated about assets of Ratnoo, they found many properties under fake ownership. After that, ACB has raided premises of Ratnoo and his relatives. Apart from Jaipur and Sikar, a team has also conducting search in Hanumangarh,” said the official.

Who is Meghraj Singh Ratnoo?

Ratnoo is the third IAS officer who has been raided after Inder Singh Rao and Nannu Mal Pahadiya in this government. All three officers are promoted from state civil services. Nannu Mal Pahadia was caught when he was Alwar while Rao was trapped when he was serving as Bundi collector.

Meghraj Singh Ratnoo has served in various capacities including fisheries, additional director National Mission, Jodhpur Development Authority and commissioner horticulture.

He was put on APO after he was removed from Commissioner Jodhpur Development Authority.

Also Read : Estranged marriage of her daughter led IAS Meghraj Singh Ratnoo to ACB trap?

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