MATHURA: A Senior Assistant Clerk at the District Inspector of Schools office was discovered tolerating reward from an administrator of a school on Wednesday, police said."He has been captured and would be exhibited under the watchful eye of the Special Judge, Anti-Corruption Act, Meerut tomorrow.
In the interim, he has been held up at the transitory correctional facility of Mathura Kotwali," DSP, Vigilance, Agra Baldhari Singh said.
As indicated by the police report, the Allahabad High Court had rejected the case of Sushil Kumar and perceived Kanti Kumar, an inhabitant of Surir, as the true blue administrator of Rashtriya Inter College, Surir.It is charged that Senior Assistant Clerk Ashok Kumar had before taken a pay off of Rs. 5,000 from Kanti Kumar to finish the conventions.
"He then requested Rs. 10,000 more," the report said, including that the complainant then reached the Vigilance Department at Agra. "In the wake of applying a powder on the cash notes, Kanti Kumar was sent to
Ashok Kumar by a Vigilance group, drove by DSP Singh," the report said.
The agent was captured by the Vigilance group, containing five reviewers and three constables, the minute he acknowledged the cash, within the sight of various individuals, it included.
His hands, when washed in water, turned red, the report expressed.