The author: MOHAMMED THAVER | Mumbai |
Published : 19. May 2020 2:27:09
Mumbai News, Mumbai Crimes, Mumbai Police Bribery, Indian ExpressGiri reported that the complainant claimed to have paid Rs.18.5 to an inspector last December who threatened to arrest him in connection with a fight.
The superintendent of Mumbai’s criminal investigation department was transferred to a second post after he was told that he would ask for money from the person arrested in this case.
Sunil Mane was transferred from the post of Chief Inspector of Unit X to the Modus Operandi Office (MOB). – The position was considered small or insignificant. The complainant in this case, who was arrested for fraud, also made accusations against two other employees.
said Joint Police Commissioner (Crime Control) Santos Rastogi: These allegations have been investigated. He stated that Mane was not being moved, but was being transferred to the criminal sector, and stated that the reason for the transfer was administrative.
The police said that the complainant was arrested in connection with rice cultivation when people were misled in February on the pretext of selling metal rice-growing material. The plaintiff was filed on the 5th day. He was arrested by a court on March 22nd. April was released on bail the day after she was charged along with three other people.
After his release on bail, the complainant, through his lawyer K. H. Giri, wrote to Prime Minister Uddhav Tekkerei, opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis, police commissioner of Mumbai and KCP (Crime).
Giri explained that the complainant claimed to have paid 18.5 lah to a detective last December, who threatened to arrest him for extortion. He paid because he didn’t want to get involved in police work. The payment was made through a network of police informants. In January, however, some police informants contacted him again and told him that Unit X had found evidence against him and demanded 50 rupees. This time the applicant refused to pay.
M.E. arrested him on the 25th. February with three other people. Giri said the complainant was taken to another high-ranking inspector who claimed 1 Croat rupee and threatened to torture him if the money was not paid. He was then sent back to Unit X, where Mane reportedly negotiated a reduction in the amount with him, Giri added.
When he was contacted, Manet said: Is that even possible? If there’s been an accusation, we also have evidence. It’s not just about setting someone up. The accusations are unfounded.
Giri, however, stated that PCU Rastogi had met with the complainant’s family and assured them of the investigation.
Five days after the meeting, on Thursday, an order was given to transfer Mane to the MOB, and the charges against Unit X were handed over to Inspector Namdev Shinda. Kedari Pawar, who was the MOB’s chief inspector, was transferred to the Property Department.
Giri said: As the joint representative has taken positive steps, we will wait a few days to see if appropriate measures are taken. If we don’t have all the personnel we need, we’ll move the HC.
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