Gramsevak held taking 1 lakh bribe

  • | Saturday | 2nd December, 2023

Nashik: The anti-corruption bureau of Nashik arrested a 46-year-old gram sevak on Thursday for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 1.04 lakh for clearing bills of developmental works in Wadholi Gram Panchayat area of the village in Trimbakeshwar taluka. The complaint is registered with Sakharwada police.An ACB official (Nashik unit) said the complainant was a contractor and had carried out developmental works in Wadholi Gram Panchayat area in Trimbakeshwar taluka.The contractor completed the works and raised the bill demand of Rs 2.99 lakh which was not being cleared by the gram sevak. It then struck to the complainant that the accused wanted something and hence he discussed the issue with him, the official said.We also published the following articles recentlyThree arrested for murdering elderly woman for three grams of gold in TNThree men, identified as R Senthilkumar, A Pothiraj, and P Sathish, were arrested by the Tirupur city police for the murder of a 70-year-old woman, N Maniyammal. The Tirupur North Crime police discovered Maniyammals body after neighbors found her lying unconscious in her locked residence. The police investigation revealed that Senthilkumar and his two friends had planned to steal money and gold ornaments from Maniyammal, and in the process, they strangled her with a mobile charger cable and took her nose ring. The trio has been remanded in judicial custody.Tamil Nadu vigilance department arrests ED officer over 20 lakh bribeAn ED officer, Ankit Tiwari, was arrested by Tamil Nadus Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC) for allegedly extorting crores of rupees from people, including a government doctor named Suresh Babu. Tiwari threatened to reopen an old case against Babu and demanded a bribe of Rs 3 crore. However, they settled on Rs 51 lakh. DVAC stated that Tiwari distributed the extorted money to other ED officials in Madurai and Chennai. The arrest comes at a time when the ED is investigating DMK leaders, and CM MK Stalin has accused the Centre of using central agencies against political rivals.Ulhasnagar Police clear RTI activist of firearm allegations, accuse builder of framing himUlhasnagar businessman and RTI activist, Moti Duseja, has been absolved by the police in the revolver recovery case from his plywood shop. The recent charge sheet filed in court states that Duseja is not implicated in the crime. The High Court directed the Thane Police Commissioner to investigate the matter, leading to the arrest of five individuals, including builder Ajit Bhatia. Duseja suspects the involvement of some police officials in fabricating false charges against him, pointing out inconsistencies in the FIR and investigation details.

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