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A woman police sub-inspector and a constable were suspended after they allegedly tried to bribe a senior police officer who was investigating earlier complaints against the two. Police sub-inspector Devyani Ambekar and constable Ketan Naik were suspended after they allegedly tried to bribe Deputy Inspector-General of Police (DIG) Vimal Gupta to close the inquiry against them, police said. Police said that Ambekar was facing a departmental inquiry after she along with another constable Rahul Salgaoncar allegedly assaulted a man near Panaji in 2014 and took away his car. Naik was facing a departmental inquiry in a case related to indiscipline. "Both were facing departmental inquiry against them which was being conducted by Gupta.
They are currently suspended after they tried to bribe him," a police spokesperson said today. While Ambekar was posted at the Women Police Station in Panaji, constable Naik was working at the headquarters.
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