Hyderabad: The sleuths of Enforcement Directorate (ED) have filed a Prosecution complaint against tainted officer
Ganta Suseela, erstwhile Tehsildar of Sangam  Mandal in  Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh, and her son Bandela
Sandeep, before the Special Judge hearing  (PMLA) cases in  Visakhapatnam.

ED’s prosecution complaint was filed with a prayer for awarding punishment to the accused for
money laundering and appeal the court to permit confiscation of  attached movable and immovable assets worth  Rs 1.08 Crore.

The investigating agency acted based on a FIR registered by the Anti-Corruption Bureau, Nellore
against  Ganta Suseela, under section  13(2) read with section 13(1)(e) of the Prevention of Corruption Act,
1988.

Investigations revealed that accused  Ganta Suseela indulged in corruption while holding public office and
amassed assets incommensurate with her known sources of  income.

Suseela illegally possessed assets in her name and that of her son & daughter. Officials of ED identified  11 immovable  assets in Nellore and Bengaluru along with a movable asset to the tune of Rs 1.8 Crore.

The assets include six plots of land situated at various places in Nellore district, one apartment and two house properties in Nellore and one apartment and one individual house property in Bengaluru, and one car.

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