Left Menu
Development News Edition

CBI arrests SI of Delhi Police for accepting bribe

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested a Sub Inspector of Delhi Police for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 60,000 from the complainant.


CBI arrests SI of Delhi Police for accepting bribe
Representative image. Image Credit: ANI

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested a Sub Inspector of Delhi Police for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 60,000 from the complainant. A case was registered on a complaint against the accused, SI Manjit Chillar, posted at Khanjhawala police station in Delhi. It was alleged that Chillar demanded a bribe of Rs one lakh from the complainant for settling the latter's land dispute.

It was also alleged that the Sub Inspector threatened the complainant that he would register a criminal case against him. On negotiation, the bribe was reduced to Rs 80,000. CBI laid a trap and caught the accused red-handed while accepting the bribe amount of Rs 60,000. Searches were conducted at the premises of the accused.

The arrested SI is being produced today before the designated court in Delhi. (ANI)

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.


TRENDING

OPINION/BLOG/INTERVIEW

Future of Food: Technology fostering the road to global food security

Technological innovation can help address most of the pressing issues facing the world today including food security by enhancing productivity, improving financial services, managing resources, addressing environmental concerns, etc....

Conspiracy theories on COVID 19: Legislators, Scientists, and Journalists all joined the Caravan

Conspiracy theories are not new for virus epidemics. There have been conspiracy theories on HIV-AIDS, Polio Vaccines, Ebola Virus, and several other diseases as well. However, what makes the 2019 Novel Coronavirus different from others is ...

Now it’s a war, Uganda deploys army to combat locust swarms

Its for the first time after 1986, the locust swarms have attacked Uganda twice in a season. With the increasing number of countries of Africa under attack by locust swarms, the problem seems to have taken a regional paradigm. Its very diff...

Top 10 Fake News, Myths and Realities on 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID 19

With nearly 1500 deaths by January 14 and around 65,000 infections in China, the Novel Coronavirus 2019 has become one of the worst health epidemics of the 21st Century. However, 8,573 people have been cured but the rumor mongers are a...

Videos

Latest News

Infosys' 7th global Cyber Defense Center set to open in Indianapolis 

Global tech leader Infosys is gearing up to launch Cyber Defense Center, a dedicated and organized to prevent, detect, assess and respond to cybersecurity threats and breaches in Indianapolis on March 3.The Indianapolis facility will be Inf...

Lampard hopeful Chelsea underdogs can bite Bayern again

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has faith the Blues can again shock Bayern Munich in the Champions League despite their faltering form of late in the Premier League. A 2-1 victory over Tottenham on Saturday was Chelseas first win five games i...

Envestnet | Yodlee to Acquire FinBit.io, an Emerging Leader in Financial Data Aggregation and Analytics in India and Asia

Envestnet Yodlee NYSE ENV, a leading financial data and analytics platform powering dynamic, cloud-based innovation for digital financial services has acquired FinBit.io an emerging financial data aggregation and analytics platform provide...

American Anisimova stuns Svitolina in Doha

Underdog Amanda Anisimova usurped No.5 seed Elina Svitolina 6-3, 6-3 in the second round at the Doha WTA Open. The American teenager took just over an hour to dispatch her Ukrainian rival, who was a semi-finalist at both Wimbledon and Rolan...

Give Feedback