Tikamgarh: EOW raids the house of Meena Rakwar, director of Fisheries Cooperative Society
Tikamgarh, June 22 (H.S.). In view of the complaint of disproportionate assets, the Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) team of the police raided the house of Meena Rakwar, Director of Fisheries Cooperative Society located at Tikamgarh district headquarters, on Wednesday. The EOW team from Jabalpur and Sagar reached Tikamgarh in the morning and raided the house of Director Meena Rakwar. At present the investigation is going on and documents are being scrutinized.
According to the information, a complaint was received against Meena Rakwar, director of the Fisheries Cooperative Society, that she has created assets worth crores of rupees. After this the team of Jabalpur EOW started investigating the matter. After the complaint was found to be true, the EOW team started raids at director Meena Rakwar’s house in Tikamgarh on Wednesday morning. The action was taken jointly by the team of EOW Sagar and Jabalpur. This team includes Deputy Superintendent of Police AV Singh, Inspector Uma Naval Arya, Inspector Swaranjit Singh Dhami, Inspector Prerna Pandey, Inspector Shasikal Masukele etc.
EOW has come to know that Meena Rakwar is the director of cooperative society Mahendra Sagar Talab for 22 years. The team has recovered around 12 lakh cash from his house, while immovable property documents worth Rs 1 crore 95 lakh have been recovered. At present, the team is busy in checking the documents. It is being told that Meena’s husband Laxman Raikwar is a councilor candidate from ward number 7 of Tikamgarh in the municipal elections.