Sanawad: Lokayukta team catches block medical officer accepting bribe

A Lokayukta official informed that on June 13, one Ankit Birla, a resident of Dashora village in Sanawad tehsil of Khargone district complained to the special establishments of Madhya Pradesh police.

FP News ServiceUpdated: Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 09:58 PM IST
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Sanawad (Madhya Pradesh): A team of Indore Lokayukta police on Wednesday trapped a block medical officer (BMO) accepting a bribe of Rs 4,000 from the complainant. The team booked Jhirniya BMO Dr Deepak Jaiswal under Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 2018.

A Lokayukta official informed that on June 13, one Ankit Birla, a resident of Dashora village in Sanawad tehsil of Khargone district complained to the special establishments of Madhya Pradesh police. In his complaint, Ankit claimed that BMO Dr Jaiswal demanded a bribe of Rs 10,000 to allow him to run a clinic at Abhapuri village.

The team asked Ankit to get to Jaiswal’s office with the bribe money and caught Dr Jaiswal accepting the bribe.

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