Published On: Tue, Dec 30th, 2014

22 police officials booked in Ghaziabad for taking bribe

Ghaziabad: A case was today registered against 18 traffic police personnel and four policemen after an inquiry found them guilty of taking bribe and extorting money from vehicle owners in the city.

Ghaziabad SSP  Dharmendra Singh Yadav ordered registration of FIR against the 22 police personnel under Prevention of Corruption Act today.

Ghaziabad SSP Dharmendra Singh Yadav ordered registration of FIR against the 22 police personnel under Prevention of Corruption Act today.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dharmendra Singh Yadav ordered registration of FIR against the 22 police personnel under Prevention of Corruption Act today.

According to a police communique, several complaints were received at the police headquarters by the district police chief about extortion of money by the policemen at various places.

Complaints against 11 Head Constables Promoted (HCP), five constables and two home guards of traffic police were also received. They used to take money for allowing buses, tempos and taxis to ply on roads without permits.

An inquiry was set up under supervision of SP (crime) Ram Abhilash Tripathi.

During the probe it was found that a complainant who had visited Shahid Nagar police post in Sahibabad area for lodging a missing report was forced to pay bribe by a sub-inspector and three constables.

On the recommendation of the inquiry officer all the 22 policemen have been booked.: A case was today registered against 18 traffic police personnel and four policemen after an inquiry found them guilty of taking bribe and extorting money from vehicle owners in the city.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dharmendra Singh Yadav ordered registration of FIR against the 22 police personnel under Prevention of Corruption Act today.

According to a police communique, several complaints were received at the police headquarters by the district police chief about extortion of money by the policemen at various places.

Complaints against 11 Head Constables Promoted (HCP), five constables and two home guards of traffic police were also received. They used to take money for allowing buses, tempos and taxis to ply on roads without permits.

An inquiry was set up under supervision of SP (crime) Ram Abhilash Tripathi.

During the probe it was found that a complainant who had visited Shahid Nagar police post in Sahibabad area for lodging a missing report was forced to pay bribe by a sub-inspector and three constables.

On the recommendation of the inquiry officer all the 22 policemen have been booked.

PTI

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