Punjab VB nabs non-public individual taking bribe of Rs.10,000 for Wakf Board worker

Punjab VB nabs non-public individual taking bribe of Rs.10,000 for Wakf Board worker

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Vigilance Bureau (VB) throughout its ongoing marketing campaign in opposition to corruption within the state on Tuesday, nabbed a non-public individual particularly Inderjit Sharma Patwari, resident of M.R. School Street, Fazilka,

accepting bribe of Rs 10,000 on behalf of Waqf Board worker Nazar Ali, posted at Fazilka. On this case VB has already fashioned groups to arrest the absconding accused who’s resident of village Ursi Jattan, Rajpura in Patiala district.

Disclosing this right here at this time, a spokesperson of the VB mentioned the above mentioned non-public individual has been arrested on the grievance of Surjit Singh, resident of Chak Balochan Wala (Mahalam) in Jalalabad, district Fazilka.

Giving particulars he added that the complainant has approached the VB and alleged that the above mentioned Waqf Board worker and his confederate non-public individual have demanded Rs 60,000 as a bribe to endorse title of Waqf land measuring two canal within the title of his spouse. The complainant additional alleged that the above mentioned accused had already taken Rs 5,000 as a bribe as first instalment and he has falsely promised to pay the cash in instalments. The complainant had recorded the dialog whereas the accused was demanding the bribe and submitted to the VB as an proof to e-book the accused.

The spokesperson knowledgeable that the VB crew from Ferozepur unit after preliminary investigation laid a lure and arrested the accused non-public individual for receiving a bribe of Rs 10,000 within the presence of two official witnesses.

On this regard a case beneath Prevention of Corruption Act has been registered in opposition to each the accused at VB police station Ferozepur. Additional investigation on this case was beneath progress.

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