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Mumbai: ACB books food safety officer, private person in graft case

10:48 PM Oct 26, 2021 | Staff Reporter

The Mumbai Unit of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) have caught a Food Safety Officer from the Food and Drug Administration Department (FDA) and a private person in a graft case, the agency officials informed on Tuesday.

The accused public servant has been identified as Ranjitsingh Bandoba Pawar.

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According to the ACB, the complainant in the case runs a departmental store and had complained to the ACB that Pawar and a private person had demanded bribe from him.

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"After verification of the allegations made by the complainant we laid a trap and caught a private person and Pawar red handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 40000," said an ACB official.

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