The officer, A Mohamed Ibrahim, who was allowed to retire on July 31, 2017, on his superannuation, had joined the government service in 1980. The DVAC has calculated his illegal income between the year 2004 and 2010.
According to the sleuths, at the beginning of the check period, his asset was nil and after six years he stood at Rs 29.5 lakh. After calculating his expenses and savings, the sleuths arrived at Rs 22.34 lakh as his disproportionate income during the check period.
Mohamed Ibrahim intentionally enriched himself illicitly in his name and in the name of his wife during the period of his office in various places, the DVAC FIR said. The couple’s son is an engineer and daughter is a doctor.
The DVAC has booked the disgraced officer under the provision of Prevention of Corruption Act.