July 6, 2022

The Navi Mumbai unit of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) stuck a police sub-inspector connected to the Mora police station for accepting Rs 10,000 as a bribe.

The PSI had threatened to make the molestation case robust that has been registered in opposition to the complainant if he didn’t give Rs 20,000 to him as a bribe. The PSI reportedly confident him lend a hand within the case if his call for is met.

The PSI known as Sagar Sanjay Pawar (29), had to begin with demanded Rs 20,000 to lend a hand the complainant and was once later in a position to simply accept Rs 10,000.

A case beneath phase 354 C (molestation) of IPC was once registered in opposition to the complainant on March 9 at Mora police station.

The complainant alleged that PSI Pawar stored him ready within the police station on March 9 and later call for Rs 20,000 to lend a hand him within the case. Pawar allegedly threatened him to make the case robust and ship it to the court docket.

As in keeping with the complainant, PSI Pawar let him cross from the police station after serving a realize to be provide within the police station on March 12.

Later the complainant approached the Navi Mumbai unit of the ACB Vidyulata Chavan, senior police inspector of ACB Navi Mumbai.

The ACB laid a entice close to Extra fish marketplace in Uran Taluka and stuck Pawar accepting Rs 10,000 round 4.50 pm on March 15. Pawar has been booked beneath phase 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988.

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Printed on: Wednesday, March 16, 2022, 07:38 PM IST