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Assam: Assistant Sub-Inspector caught taking bribe red-handed

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Guwahati (Assam) | August 8, 2022 3:26:21 AM IST
The Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Assam on Sunday caught Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Sabin Pal Das red-handed while accepting a bribe from a complainant.

A complaint was received at the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Assam alleging that the Assistant Sub-Inspector of police Sabin Pal Das had demanded a bribe for favourably mitigating the pending cases of the complainant lodged at Matia police station.

Unwilling to pay the bribe, the complainant approached the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Assam for legal action and an FIR was lodged based on the complaint.

After the complaint, a team from the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Assam, laid a trap, as per procedure, at the Matia police station and caught ASI Sabin Pal Das red-handed after he accepted the bribe from the complainant.

The tainted bribe money was recovered from ASI Sabin Pal Das and seized, maintaining all formalities in the presence of independent witnesses.

A case vide ACB P.S Case no -25/2022 U/S 7(a) of Prevention of Corruption Act 1988 (as amended in 2018) has been registered against ASI Sabin Pal Das of Matia police station.

Further legal actions are underway.

Earlier in July in another case, Assam police arrested two government officials for taking bribes. The arrested government officials were identified as Barasha Borah Bordoloi, Superintendent of Excise of Morigaon district and Nabojyoti Sarma, Head Teacher of Phatika Chuwa LP School in Dibrugarh district.

Rajib Saikia, CPRO of Assam police said that a complaint was received at the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Assam to the effect that Barasha Borah Bordoloi, Superintendent of Excise, Morigaon had demanded a sum of Rs one lakh as a bribe from the complainant for converting his bar license from IMFL 'ON' to IMFL 'OFF'.

Both officials demanded money and the complainants were informed about this by the Directorate of Vigilance & Anti-Corruption of Assam police. The teams of Vigilance & Anti-Corruption laid trap and caught them red handed in two separate ops today.

"Unwilling to pay the bribe, the complainant approached the Superintendent of Police, Morigaon, who in turn took up the matter with the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption for taking needful legal action. Accordingly, a trap was laid today near the office chamber of the accused officer situated in the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Morigaon jointly by a team from the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti- Corruption, Assam and Morigaon District Police. Barasha Borah Bordoloi was caught red handed immediately after she accepted bribe of Rs 20,000 from the complainant in her office chamber at 11-50 am. The tainted bribe money was seized from the possession of Barasha Borah Bordoloi in the presence of independent witnesses. An additional amount of Rs 20000 has also been recovered from the bag of the public servant in her office chamber soon after trap operation," Rajib Saikia said.

He further said that a case has been registered in ACB police station on July 29 vide ACB P.S case no - 19/2022 u/s 7(a) of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (as amended in 2018) against Barasha Borah Bordoloi. (ANI)

 
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