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Ranjit Mahanti

THE  Special Judge, CBI, Chandrapur (Maharashtra) has convicted Dr. D.K. Srivastava, then Medical Superintendent, WCL, Chandrapur and sentenced him to undergo two years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs.500 in a bribery case.

According to spokesperson, CBI had registered a case against D.K. Srivastava, Medical Superintendent, Area Hospital Ballarpur Area, WCL, Rajura, District Chandrapur on a complaint  alleging that Shrivastava had demanded Rs.3,000 as bribe for referring his Medical case to Medical Board. After registration of the case Shrivastava was caught red handed while demanding and accepting the bribe of Rs.3000 from the Complainant. The CBI had filed the charge sheet on October 15, 2004.

Principal convicted

In another case, the Special Judge for CBI Cases, Vishakhapatnam has convicted  Moolchand Verma, the then Principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Eluru, West Godavari district and sentenced him to undergo simple Imprisonment for three years with fine of Rs.10,000.

The brief allegation of the case is that the accused Verma, then  Principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Eluru, West Godavari District was caught red handed when he demanded and accepted a bribe of Rs.1000 from the complainant who was a Sports Coach in the said school on contract basis, for accounting his working hours properly and to allow him to continue as Sports Coach on contractual basis.

Section officer convicted

In third case, the designated court has sentenced Pradeep Kumar, then Section Officer, SAIL, Ranchi who was looking after accounts work of SAIL Employees’ Consumers’ Co-operative Society Ltd, SAIL Township, Ranchi and sentenced him to undergo four years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs.10,000.

CBI had registered a case against the accused for demanding a bribe of Rs.8000 in lieu of making payment against supplies of consumable items made by the complainant.
The trial court found the accused persons guilty and convicted them.

Tax assistant of Custom convicted

THE Special Judge for CBI cases, Mumbai has sentenced Smt. Iona Furtado, then tax assistant, refund section, Air-Customs, Sahar, Mumbai to undergo five years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 20 Lakhs; Suresh Pinto to undergo five years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs.10 Lakhs and 10 other persons to undergo Rigorous Imprisonment from three months to one year with fines ranging from Rs. 50,000 to 2.50 Lakh in a forgery case.

CBI had registered case against Furtado and others on December 8, 1998 under sections 120-B, r/w.420 and 420,201,409,468,469,471,477(A) of IPC and under sections 13(2) r/w. 13(1) (d) of  PC Act-1988 for abusing official position and cheated the Mumbai Customs by way of  preparing and using forged cheques and false supporting documents for obtaining refunds from  the Bombay Customs.

A charge sheet was filed on June 30, 2001 in the court of Special Judge, Mumbai. The trial court found the said accused guilty and convicted them.

MTNL DE and SDE convicted

THE Special Judge for CBI cases, Mumbai has convicted Eknath Lad, the then Sub-Divisional Engineer and Bhagwat Kumar Shrivastava, the then Divisional Engineer, both of Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (M.T.N.L) and sentenced them  to undergo two years rigorous  imprisonment with total fine of Rs.1,20,000.

CBI had registered case against Ekanath Lad SDE; Bhagwat Kumar Shrivastava.DE and others on July 7, 2000 under sections 120-B, r/w.420,420,467,468 and 471 IPC and sections 13(2) r/w. 13(1) (d) of  PC Act-1988 for abusing their official position in the award and execution of “Reinstatement Work” contract. The accused cheated the M.T.N.L Mumbai to the tune of Rs. 16.5 Lakhs (approx).

After investigation, charge sheet was filed on August 27, 2003 in the court of Special Judge, Mumbai against Eknath Lad, then SDE and Bhagwat Kumar Shrivastava, then DE.

The Trial Court found above two accused guilty and convicted them.

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