Police inspector posted in Punjab’s Tarn Taran arrested on bribery cost
Chandigarh, January 21
A police inspector posted in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district was arrested in a bribery case, the Vigilance Bureau mentioned on Saturday.
Baljit Singh was caught whereas accepting a bribe of Rs 7 lakh, it mentioned in an announcement.
Singh was arrested on the idea of a grievance by Sharnjit Singh Jimmi, a resident of Kharar in Mohali.
Jimmi alleged that Singh had demanded Rs 10 lakh to get exemptions for his dad and mom from appearances in a court docket case.
The accused had demanded the cash in two instalments of Rs 7 lakh and Rs 3 lakh, Jimmi alleged.
After verifying the grievance, a Vigilance Bureau workforce caught Singh whereas accepting the bribe.
A case underneath the Prevention of Corruption Act has been registered in opposition to Singh on the Vigilance Bureau police station in Mohali.