According to the First Information Report, Lakhanpal amassed huge assets in the name of her husband Alok Lakhanpal, a lawyer, between July 2006 and September 2016.
The FIR said the two disproportionately accrued assets amounting to ₹2.99 crore for the said period.
At the start of the relevant period, Lakhanpal and her husband had combined movable property worth ₹1.09 lakh. At the end of the control period, it rose to 3.53 crores.
Their income during the said period was ₹1.05 crore while their expenses were ₹51. 73 lakh, the FIR said.
“It is pertinent to mention that Mrs. Rachna Tiwari Lakhanpal failed to inform the department about the unaccounted money of ₹9,40,990 which was recovered during the search and also concealed the real value of house No. R -546, New Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi amounting to ₹1,60,50,000.Even Alok Lakhanpal has been actively involved in acquiring various assets on his behalf and on the joint behalf of his relatives.Thus he is also liable for complicity in the offense under IPC Section 109 and Rachna Tiwari Lakhanpal, Sr. Civil Judge (under suspension) is liable for the offense of acquisition of disproportionate assets under Section 13 (1 ) (e) read with section 13(2) of the PC Act 1988, “ it was said.