Ranjit Mahanti

THE Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case on the basis of complaint given by Praveen Mohare, authorized agent for Censor Certification with the allegations that Shripati Mishra, Authorised agent for Censor Certification has demanded bribe of Rs. 70,000 on behalf of Rakesh Kumar, CEO, Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Mumbai for issuing Censor Certificate for Regional Language Film of Chatisgarh “Mor Dauki Ke Bihav” urgently as the film is scheduled to be released on August 15, 2014.

On this information, ACB laid a trap and Shripati Mishra was trapped while demanding and accepting of Rs. 70,000. Sarvesh Jaiswal, advisory panel member, CBFC, Mumbai was also trapped while accepting the bribe amount on behalf of Rakesh Kumar, CEO.  Both these accused are arrested and will be produced in the competent court in due course of time.

The searches in the house of Mishra, Jaiswal and Rakesh Kumar are in progress.

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Mohit Bhardwaj
9 years ago

Until you do your 9 to 5 job, you don’t realize the corruption, step out and your thoughts of what is corruption will seem a drop in ocean.

Presently involved with Police and have made it point not to pay even a single rupee even if it requires hours of hardwork and waste of productive time, to ensure that they do what they are supposed to do.

Lets all pledged on this independence day, only we can remove corruption, as we are the system, we have to change it!

Gurupreet Anand
9 years ago

Sarvesh Jaiswal is politically connected to former MP Sanjay Nirupam