MP tribal- 4 years jail for the employee who took bribe for Deputy Commissioner, decision of special court- NEWS TODAY

MP tribal- 4 years jail for the employee who took bribe for Deputy Commissioner, decision of special court- NEWS TODAY

MP tribal 4 years jail for the employee who took

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh’s Ratlam Special Court has sentenced Ramlal Malviya, a grade-2 employee of the Tribal Development Department (currently; Tribal Affairs Department), to 4 years in prison under the Prevention of Corruption Act. When the court’s decision came, Ramlal had retired. Age is 66 years. Overall, whatever he did throughout his life, he did it only to pass his old age peacefully, but Ramlal’s old age will be spent in jail.

MP NEWS- In the Tribal Affairs Department, bribe was being collected from the son of the deceased employee.

According to the prosecution, on August 22, 2013, Gajendra Rarotiya’s son Madanlal Rarotiya resident Javra had gone to the Lokayukta office Ujjain and made a written complaint that his father was a teacher in Secondary School Pahadi Bangla, Sailana. He died on 15 April 2010. He had applied on June 17, 2010 for compassionate appointment in place of his father. The then Assistant Commissioner Madhu Gupta is demanding Rs 15,000 through her subordinate employee (clerk) Ramlal Malviya for her compassionate appointment.

Lokayukta sent police to talk again, remained adamant for bribe

The then DSP Padamsingh Baghel sent Gajendra to Ramlal Malviya by giving him a government digital voice recorder to record the bribe-related conversation to confirm the bribe demand. After discussing with Ramlal Malviya, Gajendra recorded the conversation and handed over the recorder back to the Lokayukta office. Ramlal had talked about taking a bribe of five thousand rupees. After this, the Lokayukta had planned to catch Ramlal taking bribe.

Lokayukta police arrested the employee from inside the office

Under the plan, on August 24, 2013, at 12.45 pm, the team of Lokayukta stopped near the office of the Assistant Commissioner at the District Court. Gajendra went to the Tribal Development Department office. Ramlal came out with her and went to have tea at a nearby hotel. There Gajendra gave five thousand rupees to Ramlal as a bribe. Ramlal had taken the money and kept it in the pocket of the pant. After some time he reached the office, then the team caught him there and seized the bribe money from his pocket.

The Lokayukta had presented the charge sheet against Ramlal Malviya in the court on March 7, 2014. Special Public Prosecutor Roger Chauhan did it on behalf of the government in the case.






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