DSP Arrest in Bribe Case: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested Punjab Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Amroz Singh and a Head Constable (HC) Mandeep Singh in an alleged illegal bribery case of 2021. They were produced in the CBI court, Chandigarh, from where both were sent to police custody for two days.
Two private persons were also arrested
Presently DSP Amroz was working as DSP-CID Mohali. The CBI also arrested two private persons for being DSP’s touts in the case, identified as Manish Gautam and Pradeep Kumar. CBI sources said he has been sent to judicial custody.
These people were arrested in 2021
CBI sources said that both the brokers used to arrange and contact the accused facing questioning marked to the DSP at the behest of the DSP. Earlier, the CBI had arrested Anil Mor, resident of Jind, Haryana in April 2021 and Dilbag Singh of Kaithal, Haryana and Ravinder Singh in October 2022 in the same case. All of them were recently granted bail by the CBI court as the CBI failed to file the charge sheet within the stipulated 60 days.
CBI sources said that during the police remand of both the accused, Anil Mor and Dilbagh, the CBI collected vital evidence proving the role of DSP Amroz Singh and others. The CBI officials also searched the three residences of both the accused at Jind, Kaithal and Zirakpur and seized some documents.
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The case dates back to April 2021 when DSP Amroz was the DSP of Zirakpur and was investigating the case of Mohit Sharma, director of Fantasy Gaming Technology Ambala, in a property dispute case. In his complaint to the CBI, Mohit Sharma, director of MS Fantasy Gaming Technologies Ambala, alleged that he received a call from the accused and they allegedly demanded a bribe of Rs 50 lakh to settle a complaint filed against them in connection with a property dispute. To be.
According to the complainant Mohit Sharma, his bank accounts were frozen by the Zirakpur police in connection with a property dispute case and the accused allegedly demanded a bribe of Rs 50 lakh to open his account as the accused claimed He had good relations with the bank. Police Department. The complainant alleged that Anil Mor allegedly called him and promised to settle the pending complaint in the DSP office as he is very close to DSP Amroz Singh.
Anil demanded Rs 50 lakh to settle the complaint. The complainant alleges that he had already paid a bribe of Rs 12.5 lakh to the accused and Rs 10 lakh was the second installment of the bribe. However, the complainant Mohit Sharma gave a complaint to the CBI and after verifying the complaint, the CBI registered an FIR in the matter.
The accused called Mohit Sharma to Narwana in Haryana with Rs 10 lakh. On this the CBI officials laid a trap at Narwana and as soon as one of the accused accepted the bribe amount and handed it over to the other accused, CBI caught both the persons red handed and recovered the money from them