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Anti-Corruption Bureau nabs three including SHO and advocate taking Rs 4 lakh bribe in Rajasthan

Updated on: 21 September,2022 05:43 PM IST  |  Jaipur
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Ashok Kumar Singh had demanded Rs 10 lakh from the complainant through middlemen Anil Kumar and advocate Abhimanyu Singh for helping in a rape case registered against the complainant, ACB DGP BL Soni said in a statement

Anti-Corruption Bureau nabs three including SHO and advocate taking Rs 4 lakh bribe in Rajasthan

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An Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) team on Wednesday arrested the SHO of Mandar in Sirohi district in Rajasthan with his two other associates, including an advocate, for accepting a bribe of Rs 4 lakh.


Ashok Kumar Singh had demanded Rs 10 lakh from the complainant through middlemen Anil Kumar and advocate Abhimanyu Singh for helping in a rape case registered against the complainant, ACB DGP BL Soni said in a statement.

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He said that after verification of the complaint, an ACB team on Wednesday arrested the three men in the act of accepting Rs 4 lakh from the complainant.

He said that a search of the residence and other places of the accused is curently underway.

A case has been registered against the accused under the Prevention of Corruption Act, Soni said.

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