Priti Pathak

THE Anti- Corruption Bureau (ACB), Mumbai, arrested a private personal Vinod Gautam Kamble for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs. 2,500.

According to ACB officials the complainant is a doctor by profession. He was to be appointed at the post of ‘Blood Transfusion Officer’ at the BMC, for which he required a character certificate from the Mumbai Police. He had applied for a character certificate at the Special Branch -1 in Mumbai Police. At the Special Branch -1 office he met Vinod Kamble, who demanded a bribe of Rs. 2,500 for speeding the procedure.

The complainant had no wish to submit to the demands of Kamble, so he approached the ACB and on July 7, 2014, registered a complaint against him. On July 10, 2014, the complainant met Kamble at the office, where it was proved that he demanded a bribe from the complainant. The ACB officials arrested him in a trap set at the Special Branch – 1 office while accepting a bribe of Rs. 2,500. Further investigations in the matter are in progress.

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