Patna, Nov 22 (UNI) A retired clerk and two of his accomplices had to pay a heavy price for their greed for a paltry sum of Rs 2,000 when they were caught red-handed by sleuths of the Bihar State Vigilance Bureau today.
Additional Director General of Vigilance Bureau Neelmani said a retired clerk of the Registry office and two others were arrested while they were accepting the bribe in Purnea.
On the basis of a complaint of Brajnandan Mahto, a resident of Baniapatti village under Kengar police station area of Purnea district, a raid was conducted, leading to the arrest of Balram Singh and two others while they were accepting bribe of Rs 2,000.
In his complaint, Mr Mahtao had alleged that employees of Registry office had asked him to shell out money to get his work done, he said.
The arrested people would be produced before the special vigilance court after interrogation.
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