Kathmandu, Sept. 4: The Royal Commission for Control of Corruption (RCCC) Sunday fixed Rs. 6.1 million as bail amount from senior survey officer and joint secretary Bamdev Deep Adhikary in connection to him possessing wealth disproportionate to his income sources.But, Adhikary has been kept under judicial custody after he could not deposit the bail amount today.The investigation team of the Commission last week had filed a corruption case accusing him of corrupt practices, after he could not furnish the source of about Rs. 9 million worth of property as mentioned in his property assessment form.The RCCC bench comprising members Hari Babu Chaudhary, Raghu Chandra Bahadur Singh and Prem Bahadur Khati issued the order after an hearing on whether to remand him under judicial custody for further investigation.Meanwhile, former civil aviation minister and a central committee member of the CPN-UML Bhim Rawal did not present himself at the Commission today.The Commission had released Rawal last week on the condition that he would present himself at the Commission on Sunday. The Commission had summoned Rawal to furnish reply in connection to the alleged irregularities while leasing aircraft from China Southwest Airlines while he was civil aviation minister.The Public Accounts Committee of the then parliament had found irregularities in the deal and had recommended to take action against those involved in irregularities.The Commission also said that it would submit written reply at the Supreme Court on Thursday in connection to the writ petition filed at the Court on behalf of former minister Rajib Parajuli of the RPP. The petitioner has made RCCC as defendant.The Commission had demanded a bail of Rs. 5.1 million for the release of Parajuli, on charge of corruption equivalent to Rs. 15.3 million. But, he did not deposit the said amount and his brother filed the writ petition at the SC.