Panaji, Mar 30 (PTI) Enforcement Directorate, which is investigating Louis Berger bribery case, has attached properties worth Rs 1.95 crore of former Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat and former Public Works Department Minister Churchill Alemao.
Properties worth Rs 1.20 crore belonging to Kamat were attached, including a plot of land near Margao town, a residential building at Taleigao near Panaji and fixed deposits of Rs 41.35 lakh, an official statement said.
Attached properties of Alemao included eight flats in Fatrade in South Goa, worth Rs 75 lakh as per the registered sale value in 2009.
Louis Berger, a US-headquartered firm, is accused of bribing Indian officials and politicians to win a water supply augmentation project in Goa during the Congress regime. Both Kamat and Alemao are accused in the case.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.