A police head constable and two clerks in Rajasthan were today arrested for allegedly taking bribe in separate cases by the anti-corruption bureau in the state.
Head constable Prakash Chandra, who was posted with Kalinjara police station in Banswara, had allegedly demanded a bribe of Rs 3,000 from a man for taking action against an accused named in an FIR lodged by his sister in a dowry case.
After verification of the compliant, the head constable was held, IG ACB V K Singh said.
In Sawaimadhopur district, a junior division clerk Hargoving Singh of SDM Court - Chauth Ka Barwarad was held while accepting the bribe of Rs 3,000 from an employee posted with deputy collector office.
Another upper division clerk of AEN office, Jaipur DISCOM in Alwar, Radheyshyam, was nabbed for taking a bribe of Rs 2,000 from the manager of a company to increase the power load of his firm.
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