Two policemen held for taking bribe in Maharashtra

Nagpur: Two policemen were caught 'red-handed' while allegedly accepting bribe in Bhadrawati town of the district following which they were arrested, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) officials said today.

Inspector Ashok Sakharar and assistant sub-inspector Shankar Choudhary, attached to Bhadrawati police station, had demanded a bribe of Rs 25,000 from the complainant to settle a case, a release from ACB office issues here said.

The man, who is in transportation business, later lodged a complaint with the ACB Nagpur unit, following which a trap was laid yesterday and the two officers were nabbed red-handed while accepting the bribe, the release added.

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