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Nagercoil: A police inspector attached to the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) in Nagercoil was arrested by Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption wing on the charge of demanding and accepting Rs10,000 as bribe here on Thursday.
M. Sundararajan, Deputy Superintendent of Police of DVAC, said that Gladius Lilly of Karungal had given a complaint to the police that she had invested around Rs 19 lakh in a finance company run by her brother C.R. Bernard Joseph Raj, their father Chinnappar and Joseph Raj's wife Suseela.
And a case in this company regard was transferred to Nagercoil Economic Offences Wing police in January 2009.
M. Balasingam, Inspector – EOW, investigating the case demanded the bribe of Rs.50,000 from Bernard Joseph Raj to drop action
He filed a complaint with the DAVC. Balasingam asked Joseph Raj to give Rs 10,000 as token.
While Joseph Raj was giving the money to Balasingam, the DVAC team caught the inspector red handed.
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