The accused persons took the money from around nine farmers in Jhalawar and Baran districts, said Additional Superintendent of Police, ACB, Chandrasheel Thakur.
The accused persons, identified as Vipin Gupta and Pankaj Panchal, were arrested by sleuths at the Anti-Corruption Bureau, Thakur said.
Gupta picked up the list of farmers whose licenses were to be renewed and demanded money from them.
He had demanded a bribe of Rs 20,000 from each of the farmers
enlisted for the automatic license renewal for opium cultivation, Thakur said.
The two accused persons would be produced before court on Wednesday, the ASP added.
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