A senior ACB official said that 4 notes of Tk 2,000 (Tk 99,000) were burnt to ashes. In addition, the remaining 500 and some other notes were burnt.
In Telangana, a man burnt a bribe of Rs 5 lakh to escape the Anti-Corruption Squad (ACB). It is said that he was instructed by a tehsildar to take a bribe of five lakh rupees. When the squad arrived at his residence in Nagarkornul district to kill Red, he set fire to the money for fear of being caught. A senior ACB official said that 4 notes of Tk 2,000 (Tk 99,000) were burnt to ashes. In addition, the remaining 500 and some other notes were burnt. Read more – Maharashtra News: ACB arrests judge in Pune bribery case
Saidulul, tehsildar of Veladanda Mandal, alleged that Venkataya Gaur had asked the complainant to bring a bribe of Rs 5 lakh from the complainant’s residence, the ACB said in a press release. The Tahsildar demanded the bribe in return for government favors. It said the tehsildar was asked to issue an NOC and send it to the concerned department. An investigation was later launched into the allegations. Read more – There will be no lockdown in this state, the Chief Minister said – the number of investigations is being increased
Meanwhile, the man suspected ACB officials of coming to his house. He locked the door from the inside and set fire to the LPG with bribe money. However, the ACB recovered some burnt notes. An investigation has been started to take the accused into custody. In that case, The New Indian Express wrote in a report – Venkatara has links with the ruling Telangana State Association (TRS) in the state. Read more – Software engineer’s girl refuses marriage proposal, then boyfriend does something like that …
It is learned that the investigating team later arrested the tehsildar on charges of accepting and accepting bribes. An ACB official said that an investigation has been started by filing a case in the incident. It is learned that a similar incident was reported in Sirohi district of Rajasthan last month. Fearing being caught here, a tehsildar locked himself in his house and set it on fire and burnt 15-20 lakh rupees.