In 2 different cases, a government school Principal and a hospital cashier were arrested for taking bribe. Both will be presented before court today i.e. Thursday.
Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) took action against the Principal Dilip Jain of a government school in Khanuwada and arrested him with the bribe amount of 15000 rupees. As per DSP Rajiv Joshi, the contractor who is taking care of construction of the school building asked to be reimbursed with his security deposit of 4 lakh rupees from the school. When he asked for his payment, the Principal Dilip Jain asked for 20 thousand rupees as fees for releasing the amount. The deal was then settled at 15 thousand rupees. The contractor Choubisa informed the ACB team who arrested the Principal after verification of the case. They also checked the bills related to the matter against which the Principal had asked for 2 percent commission. The ACB team also searched through the Principal’s residence where did not find any suspicious thing. They arrested him red-handed with the bribe amount of 15000 rupees.
On the other hand, a cashier in MB Hospital was also arrested for demanding bribe. A male nurse was transferred to Ajmer. After the transfer, he did not get his salary for some time as his LPC was not online. He contacted MB Hospital’s cashier Prafull Fanat for this purpose. The cashier demanded a processing fee of 2 thousand rupees from the male nurse. He took 500 rupees first and said that he would take the balance amount after the LPC goes online. When LPC was done, he demanded for 1500 rupees. This time the ACB team caught him when he was accepting the amount from the male nurse.