ACB traps Camp Clerk of Huzurabad RDO...
Karimnagar: Anti-Corruption Bureau police trapped Camp Clerk of Huzurabad RDO while accepting Rs 75,000 bribe from a farmer on Monday..
Accoridng to ACB sleuths, Gopal a native of Vankayagudem of Shankarapatnam mandal, made application for conversion of land according to NALA Act. Jogireddy, who got power of attorney on the land, approached Huzurabad RDO Chennaiah asking him to implement NALA Act. RDO asked Jogireddy to meet his CC Sandeep, who demanded farmer Rs 2 lakh bribe to implemnt NALA Act and accepted to take Rs 1 lakh. Unable to pay bribe, Jogireddy approached ACB who hatched a plan and trapped CC while accepting Rs 75,000. ACB police led by DSP K Badraiah took CC into custody..
Sources : Telangana Today
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