Neemuch, MP, Sep 28 (UNI) An inspector and a constable of the Narcotics department has been expelled on the charge of extorting huge sum from a peasant from Rajasthan by threatening to get him arrested for opium smuggling.
Madhya Pradesh Deputy Narcotics Commissioner G P Chandolia said narcotics inspector A K Nigam and constable Ramesh Borkar, who were posted at Chandeli in Neemuch, had been found guilty in departmental inquiry. They had been suspended earlier.
Both officials had threatened a peasant from Bawedi village in Chittaudgadh that a fake case of opium smuggling would be made against him by putting 500 gm opium at his home and extorted Rs 60,000 from him.
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