The Anti-Corruption Bureau in
Maharashtra's Beed city arrested the assistant commissioner of Food and Drug Administration for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs 35,000, police said on Friday.
Acting on a tip-off, the ACB caught Krishna Namdev Dabhade (52) while accepting a bribe of Rs 35,000 in his office itself, an official said.
The accused had demanded a bribe from the complainant, for renewing the licence of his flour mill, he said.
An offence has been filed at Shivajinagar police station in Beed.
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