Farming subsidy amounting to Rs 6.81 crore stolen by 2 brothers, detained
The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Odisha Criminal activity Branch detained two bros on Thursday for misusing federal government subsidies amounting upto Rs 6.81 crore. The subsidy quantity was indicated for farmers and also various other beneficiaries.The charged brothers are
Manas Ranjan Dash, Supervisor of Sheetal Agro Inputs Pvt Ltd, and Tapas Kumar Dashboard, proprietor of Mishita Enterprises. Their business lie in Purohitpur, Taradapada as well as Jagatsinghpur.The aid quantity was indicated for farmers for the supply of agricultural equipment.ALSO READ|Speeding truck triggers series of accidents on hectic freeway in Bhubaneswar, 1 eliminated The EOW in its probe discovered that Sheetal Agro Inputs Pvt Ltd is signed up with the agriculture department
under the Direct Advantage Transfer (DBT )plan as a farming equipment manufacturer.During the period from 2018 to 2020, Manas Ranjan Dash with 8 various other dealers purportedly posted fake billings to supply 504 transplanters to farmers in 19 districts. Crime Branch ADG Sanjeeb Panda stated they took care of to get aids of over Rs 6.81 crore under the DBT scheme.An EOW news release mentioned that Manas Ranjan Das and his sibling would encourage the beneficiary to withdraw the overall aid amount right after it was attributed to their accounts.
They eliminated a major aid amount in money from the farmers by offering them a minimized amount.The situation was registered on the basis of a grievance submitted by the Deputy Superintendent of Cops, A.K. Mishra of EOW Bhubaneswar. He was exploring a comparable instance when he discovered the brothers.ALSO READ|2 dead, over 61 taken ill after believed gastrointestinal disorder from standard banquet in Odisha Released at Thu, 07 Apr 2022 15:49:41 -0400