Ex-revenue accountant sent to 4 years in jail for taking bribe in Kota
After 15 years of trial, an anti corruption court here has sentenced a former revenue accountant to four years in jail for taking bribe.
Kota: After 15 years of trial, an anti corruption court here has sentenced a former revenue accountant to four years in jail for taking bribe.
Special judge of Anti Corruption Court, Raghavendra Kaachwal, yesterday convicted Rambabu Sharma and also slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on him.
Sharma was posted as revenue accountant at Indergarh revenue office of Nainwa sub division in Bundi district.
He had asked for a bribe of Rs 15,000 from one Mangilal Kahar, a resident of Tonk district, for conversion of his agriculture land from non-registered to registered category, said Ahashan Ahamad, Assistant Director Prosecution (ADP) of the Anti Corruption Court.
Mangilal paid Rs 13,500 to Sharma. But, when, he asked for more money Mangilal approached ACB on July 3, 2000.
The bureau, after verification of the complaint, arrested Sharma on July 4, 2000 while accepting the remaining amount, the ADP said.