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Three including RPF inspector sentenced in bribery case


Jaipur, May 29 (Hindustan Times). A special court in ACB cases sentenced the then RPF inspector Kailash Chand and constables Jagveer and Sanvarmal Meena to one year imprisonment each for accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 in exchange for the cancellation of a railway ticket brokering case. Along with this, the court has also imposed a fine of fifteen thousand rupees on each accused.

The Special Public Prosecutor, on behalf of the prosecution, told the court that Chiranjilal Sharma, a resident of Ranoli, Sikar, had given a report to the ACB, Sikar on July 25, 2007. The report stated that he was an LIC agent and had gone to Jaipur to collect the installment. Meanwhile, an FIR was registered against him and his brother accusing them of brokering railway tickets. In this situation RPF went to Ringas to present its case. Where the RPF inspector was told five thousand rupees in exchange for cracking the case. During this verification, Constable Jagveer Singh took two thousand rupees on the request of RPF Inspector Kailash Chand. Later, during the trap operation, Sanvarmal took three thousand rupees at the behest of Kailash Chand. In this regard, ACB filed a case against the three accused in this case and presented the charge sheet in the court.