The team of State Vigilance and Anti Corruption Bureau, Dharamshala has taken major action in the matter of taking bribe in lieu of checking of private educational institutions in Himachal Pradesh. After Gaggal, the team of Vigilance has caught red-handed two members of the teams who came from the center for checking private educational institutions in Indora, taking a bribe of Rs 2 lakh. According to Vigilance, this seems to be the first case of its kind. On behalf of the National Council of Teacher Education (a legal institution of the Government of India), some teams are sent to the state for inspection of teacher training institutions operating in the private sector. A similar team had also reached district Kangra for inspection. According to information received from intelligence sources, the persons involved in this team were collecting money from private institutions in the form of bribes. On receiving the information, the team of State Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau, Dharamsala, took a major action and raided two members of the team, which came for inspection of private educational institutions, at a private hotel in Gaggal, while in Indora also taking bribe of Rs. 2 lakh from two members. Caught by hand. He had arrived for inspection of an educational institute located in Indora. SP Vigilance Balbir Singh told that team member Dr. Seema Sharma resident of Meerut and Dr. Mahesh Prasad Jain resident of Bhopal has been caught red handed taking a bribe of Rs 2 lakh, as well as the places where the accused are staying will also be investigated. It is suspected that the accused may have more cash. He informed that after registering a case at Vigilance Police Station, Dharamsala, further action is being taken.
Vigilance’s big action in Kangra’s Indora, 2 arrested including woman taking bribe of 2 lakhs
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