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Anti-corruption team caught the inspector red-handed taking bribe in Lucknow, had asked for a bribe of 5 thousand rupees from the retired CO

Highlights

  • was demanding bribe to increase the sections in the FIR
  • was not doing any work without bribe
  • Disturbed by asking for bribe, the victim informed the anti-corruption team

Sandeep Tiwari, Lucknow
In the capital Lucknow, on Thursday, the Natkur outpost in-charge of Bijnor police station area was arrested red-handed by the team of Anti-Corruption Department taking a bribe of Rs. According to the information, retired CO BL Dohra had lodged an FIR in the case of cheating. In which the accused Inspector Radheshyam Yadav, who is investigating in the name of increasing the sections, had demanded a bribe. To give whom the team of Anti-Corruption Bureau arrived with double and caught the accused inspector red handed at Bijnor crossroads.

20 lakh was cheated
Retired CO BL Dohra, a resident of Hind Nagar, told that about a year ago, he was cheated of 20 lakh rupees in the name of making him the chairman of the Mandi Parishad, then he lodged an FIR against seven people including Saurabh Saini at Sarojininagar police station. The case was transferred to the newly created police station Bijnor, which was being investigated by Inspector Radheshyam Yadav. It is alleged that the inspector was not trying to take action against the accused without bribe. When he said anything, he was demanding a bribe.

Team caught red handed
Disturbed by demanding bribe, the victim informed the anti-corruption team. BL Dohra gave 5 thousand rupees to Inspector Radheshyam Yadav near Bijnor crossroads. Meanwhile, the Anti Corruption team present on the spot arrested Radheshyam Yadav red handed. Anti-corruption team arrested the inspector and took him to PGI police station. Where Inspector Radheshyam Yadav is being questioned. At the same time, the Anti-Corruption Team says that departmental action will be taken by registering a case against the accused inspector.

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