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Cop booked for asking Rs10K to lodge plaint

DNAHM129120 | 7/21/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :287 | Crime & Law



A traffic constable posted with the Traffic B division police station was arrested by Anti Corruption Bureau(ACB) for asking Rs10,000 bribe from a person to register a complaint with Police station.
The accused has been identified as constable Sujal Kapadiya. A complaint was lodged with ACB alleging that on July 16 afternoon when the complainant had gone to register a complaint with the traffic police station regarding his father who died in a road accident couple of days back.
During which the accused Kapadiya told the complainant that he will not register a complaint as the accident took place when his father was driving his vehicle on the wrong side. When the complainant pleaded to register the complaint, the accused
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