Ramchandra Narayan Vare, the accused, had allegedly demanded Rs 50,000 each from the two complainants
A police inspector attached to the Highway Safety Squad in Navi Mumbai was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly taking bribe from two junior officials for transfer, the Thane Anti-Corruption Bureau said.
Ramchandra Narayan Vare, the accused, had allegedly demanded Rs 50,000 each from the two complainants.
After they approached the ACB, a team led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Navnath Jagtap laid a trap at Vare's office and caught him while accepting Rs 1 lakh, said Additional Superintendent of Police Anil Gerdikar.
The inspector was booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act and further probe was on, he said.
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