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3 More Bribery Cases In Assam, Officials Put Into Custody

The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department of Assam apprehended four officials on bribery charges in their respective offices on Wednesday.

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GUWAHATI, March 22: The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department of Assam apprehended four officials on bribery charges in their respective offices on Wednesday. The Vigilance wing trapped red-handed and arrested a Lat Mandal, O/O Circle Officer named Lagan Basowa working in the Biswanath Revenue Circle along with a middleman named Rajesh Tanti. The individuals have been arrested for receiving demanded bribe from the complainant for the mutation of his purchased plot of land.

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3 More Bribery Cases In Assam, Officials Put Into Custody
3 More Bribery Cases In Assam, Officials Put Into Custody

The second trap of the day has turned out to be a Chief Engineer, O/O Guwahati Municipal Corporation. The team nabbed Indrajit Bora after he accepted demanded bribe from the complainant for releasing his security deposit.

3 More Bribery Cases In Assam, Officials Put Into Custody

While the third official arrested was Md. Azahar Ali Ahmed, Lat Mandal O/O Circle Officer, Baghbor Revenue Circle for receiving a demanded bribe of Rs20000/- from the complainant for the demarcation of his land.

3 More Bribery Cases In Assam, Officials Put Into Custody

IPS officer Surendra Kumar on his Twitter handle stated, “With this, the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department has executed 11 successful trap operations and arrested 15 persons so far in this month.”

Earlier on March 11, The sleuths of the directorate of Vigilance and Anti-corruption arrested a Lat Mandal of the Kalaigaon Revenue Circle Office on bribery charges in Kalaigaon of Udalguri district.

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