Mumbai, Sep 27 (PTI) A case of amassing disproportionate assets worth Rs 1.55 crore was registered Thursday against a former director of the Maharashtra Council Of Agriculture Education And Research (MCAER) and his family members, an ACB official said. Also Read - Trending Bollywood News, March 31: Disha Patani Comments on Salman Khan's Age, Says 'he Nails Action at 54'

The Pune unit of the ACB (Anti-Corruption Bureau) registered the offence against the former director Suresh Ambulgekar, his wife and their 30-year-old son, he said. Also Read - Govt Cracks Down on Foreigners Who Attended Tablighi Jamaat Event; Markaz Denies Violating Lockdown Norms - Top Developments

The ACB suspects Ambulgekar collected DA between his tenure from July 1980 to June 2014, he said, adding that an open enquiry was conducted by the Pune ACB into the matter. Also Read - 'Always The First Ones to Help Club When Asked' - Messi Confirms Barcelona Players Will Take Pay Cut

The ACB has registered a case under the Prevention of Corruption Act.

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