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Some more officer under police scanner in bribery case

By Indian Mandarins- 09 Feb 2020
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Office of Udit Prakash Rai (IAS:2007:UT) has been searched by the CBI in connection with case of bribery involving OSD in Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s office Gopal Krishna Madhav.

Madhav was arrested on charges of accepting over Rs 2 lakh bribe. Udit Prakash is suspected of involvement in the bribery case along with Madhav, however, he has not been named in the FIR yet.

CBI is also conducting searches on several other GST officials, suspected to be involved in the matter along with the Civil Lines home of the main suspect—Gopal Krishan Madhav. Madhav’s arrest was carried out on a complaint by a transporter, who revealed that officers at the GST Delhi office at the ITO demanded a bribe to release his impounded trucks.

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