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Retired DSP among three held accepting bribes worth Rs.1,01,000

Chandigarh, Aug 13, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana State Vigilance Bureau has registered two cases and arrested three persons including Rajasthan Police Retired DSP, a Constable and a lineman of UHBVN for taking bribes worth Rs 1,01,000.

Sharing the information here today, the spokesperson of the Bureau said that in the first case, accused Sailender, Rajasthan Police Retired DSP and Darshan Singh, Constable of Rajasthan Police posted as Reader to SHO Chhitarkut police station, Jaipur were arrested for accepting a bribe of Rs 80,000. Both accused were demanding money from the complainant in lieu of removing his name from the FIR registered against him in Police Station, Chhitarkut, Jaipur.

In this regard, a case has been registered against them at Bureau’s police station in Rohtak.

In another case, a team of the State Vigilance Bureau arrested a lineman while accepting a bribe of Rs 21,000 from a person for adjusting a pending bill and allotting a new meter. A resident of Makhu Majra had complained that he purchased a property in respect of which a previous bill of Rs 70,000 was pending. The complainant lineman of Newal subdivision, Parveen demanded Rs 21,000 for adjusting that bill and issuing a new connection.

A case under the Prevention of Corruption Act had been registered against him and further investigation of the cases is underway.

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