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Vigilance nabs Revenue Patwari for taking bribe

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Chandigarh, July 30, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

State Vigilance Bureau nabbed a Revenue Patwari red handed while accepting bribe of Rs.3,000.

Disclosing this here an official spokesperson of the Vigilance Bureau said Satwinder Singh, Patwari posted at Jahura in Hoshiarpur district was nabbed red handed by Vigilance team for accepting bribe of Rs. 3,000 from complainant Tarsem Singh of village in Jahura in Hoshiarpur.

The Complainant has approached the VB that the above said Patwari was demanding Rs. 3,000/- for mutation of his land.

After verifying his information, the Vigilance team laid a trap and the accused Patwari was arrested on the spot while accepting bribe of Rs. 3,000/- from the complainant in the presence of two official witnesses

He informed that a case under Prevention of Corruption Act has been registered against the accused at VB police station Jalandhar and further investigation was under progress.

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