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Two-day ACB workshop on ‘investigation of DA cases’
Jaipur: A two-day training workshop on the investigation of disproportionate asset (DA) cases began at Intelligence Academy in Jaipur. The workshop, being organised by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), will impart training to officials regarding how an investigation is done in DA cases. The chief speaker of the inaugural session was the Additional Director of CBI, DC Jain.
Additional Director General of ACB Hemant Priyadarshi said that according to the zero-tolerance policy of the Rajasthan Government against corruption cases, DA cases are registered. “To make the investigation of such cases effective, a two-day training workshop is being organised in collaboration with the CBI at the Intelligence Academy in Nehru Nagar,” said ADG Hemant Priyadarshi.