Raid of CBI at ONGC DGM properties at multiple locations

Raid of CBI at ONGC DGM properties at multiple locations

Guwahati: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday conducted raids at several places in Assam, including Guwahati, in connection with a corruption case.

CBI officials raided the house of ONGC Deputy General Manager (DGM) Dr Bijoy Kr. Shaw, sources said in Guwahati and Sivasagar in Assam. Dr. Shaw is also an Orthopedist at ONGC Hospital in Sivasagar.
The CBI team also launched a search operation at the business premises of Dr Eashitiva Tamuly, owner of Kiran Physiotherapy Clinic in Jorhat.

In connection with this case, the team also raided Dehradun in Uttarakhand.
The Anti-Corruption Branch of the CBI has registered a case (No. RC-6(A) of 2023) in Guwahati in connection with financial irregularities in ONGC.

According to sources, during the search, the CBI found assets of DGM Dr. Bijoy Shaw worth Rs.20 crore. During the raid, seven houses and flats of Dr Shaw in Guwahati, who are suspected of accumulating money through corruption, were located.
The assets found on Tuesday are worth much more than the value listed in the FIR against Dr Shaw.
Sources said that Dr. Shaw in collaboration with Dr. Eashitiva Tamuly, Contract Medical Officer, Occupational Health, ONGC, Jorhat and Jadumoni Hazarika, proprietor of M/S Kiran Physiotherapy Clinic, Cinemara, Jorhat, conducted physiotherapy treatments. fraudulently prepared requisition slip without the knowledge of Beneficiaries of ONGC, health facilities and their dependents.
Jadumuni Hazarika, owner of M/S Kiran Physiotherapy Clinic claimed false and bogus bills which are verified and authenticated by Dr. BK Shaw.
Dr. Shaw and Dr. Tamuly issued requisition slips in the name of ONGC beneficiaries and dependents and paid Rs.19,15,080 to M/S Kiran Physiotherapy Clinic for two sittings every day for 14 days for the same type of physiotherapy treatment. Fraudulently paid. ONGC

Requisition slips for physiotherapy treatment were also issued in the name of the beneficiaries which had expired.

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