Increasing corruption in the system continues to knock the system. The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) team is constantly taking action on this. On Wednesday, the special wing of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in Jodhpur arrested the principal of Jawahar Navodaya School in the Tilvasani district of the district on Wednesday morning while taking a bribe of Rs 10,000. He took the bribe to pass the bills for the CCTV cameras installed in the school.
ACB Deputy Inspector General Dr. Vishnukant said that on the complaint of Nandkishore Pareek, resident of Gandhi Nagar in Bhadwasia, Dharmendra Kumar Jain, a resident of Borkhandi Kalla of Pipalu Tehsil of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya located in Tilvasani, has been arrested with a bribe of Rs 10,000. He took a bribe from the firm operator at his principal residence to pass the bill for CCTV cameras. Dr. Durg Singh Rajpurohit, ASP of the Special Wing of the Bureau, said that Techno Vision Digital Security, the firm of Nandkishore Pareek, had installed CCTV cameras at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya which is yet to be paid.
In lieu of passing the bill, the principal of Navodaya School demanded a bribe of forty thousand rupees. In this, the principal had deposited 15 thousand and 10 thousand rupees online in his bank account. The remaining 15 thousand rupees and 10 thousand rupees were asking for gifts. The complainant complained to the ACB demanding a bribe from the principal. Confirmation of bribe was confirmed in confidential verification when the bureau sent Tilvasani to bribe the complainant on Wednesday morning.
The principal called him to the principal residence on the school premises, where he took a bribe of 10,000 rupees. As soon as the gesture was received, Inspector Ayub Khan, Head Constable Meghraj, Senior Clerk Megh Singh, Constable Ramachandra, etc. under the leadership of Additional Superintendent of Police, Dr. Durg Singh Rajpurohit, arrested the Chief Minister Dharmendra Kumar Jain red-handed. The bribe money was also confiscated.