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Delhi Police transfer: CBI arrests two men for taking bribe

| | New Delhi

 The Central Bureau of  Investigation (CBI) has arrested two 'private persons', one of whom posed as a Government official, for allegedly taking bribe of Rs 10 lakh from a Delhi Police Inspector seeking favourable posting.

The CBI has named four people — Rajan Kumar, Arun Tiwari, Delhi Police Inspector Banay Singh Meena and Kameshwar, a Government official in its FIR.

It is alleged that Meena had given Rs 10 lakh to Kumar, who was living in a Government accommodation allotted to Kameshwar in RK Puram, and Tiwari, seeking favourable posting.

Kumar, who posed as a Government official, and Tiwari have been arrested by the CBI, the agency's spokesperson RK Gaur said.

The agency has recovered Rs 1.6 crore in cash from Kumar during searches. Several rubber stamps and fake letterheads have also been seized, Gaur said.             

 
 
 
 
 

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