Ordnance Factory officials held in bribery case
Nagpur: Three senior officers of the Ordnance Factory at Ambajhari near here have been arrested by CBI`s Anti-Corruption wing for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe from a local firm for releasing its payment, the CBI said Wednesday.
The accused have been identified as Ordnance Factory Joint General Manager S K Tiwari and two Junior Works Managers Vinit Sorte and R R Ghate. They were caught red-handed, while accepting a bribe
of Rs 10,000 and Rs 6,000 each respectively, on the factory premises yesterday.
The trio had demanded Rs 22,000 from a local firm for releasing its payment of Rs 90,000. Partner of the firm- one Rahul Randhir had lodged a complaint with the CBI, which laid the trap and nabbed the three, CBI SP Thomas John said.
Tiwari tried to escape in his four-wheeler, but was overpowered by a CBI sleuth. The firm was engaged in supplying electroplates and dyeing of cartridges cases.
The trio was booked under relevant sections of Prevention of Corruption Act, John added.
Inspectors M S Patil and Vinod Kumar laid the trap. Later, CBI team raided the residential premises of the accused.
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