Acting on TNIE report, the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board on Saturday issued memos to linemen who demanded bribe from residents for repair works.
The process of registering a case against Ashok Pannalal Jain, chairman of the Vaidyanath Urban Co-operative Bank, was underway, the ACB said in a release.
In the video clip, the staff, Madhavan, allegedly drunk, is seen demanded Rs 3,000 from relatives of a deceased person for performing postmortem.
An employee of Udala Sub Divisional Hospital in Mayurbhanj district has been caught on tape taking bribe from a patient’s relative to arrange a unit of blood.
The ACB conducted raids at Prabhakar and Shivraj’s houses and seized incriminating documents from them.
Nagesh was confronted with the paper trail left by his benamis and appeared to be flummoxed when shown the evidence.
Kumaripalayam panchayat secretary Kandhasamy was suspended from service on Monday for swindling Rs 5.89 lakh by issuing fake bills for illegal tap water connections.
The ACB had already questioned the five accused in the case, namely Nagesh, RDO Aruna Reddy, Tahsildar Sattar, Survey Records Junior Assistant Waseem and Nagesh’s benami Jeevan.
Though the complainant had submitted an audio tape along with the plaint, Sharavanan later told the Vigilance that he had not recorded the conversation.
According to the indictment, all the six accused used bribery and fraud since 2017 to benefit merchant accounts on Amazon Marketplace.
The investigation agency would probe the case based on the internal report submitted by senior GST officials.
During interrogation, the ACB officials received key information from the Additional Collector.
In exchange for favours, Chilaka and Gandhi demanded Rs 5 crore as bribe from the company.
Allegedly, the officials posted in Hyderabad had, on April 15, 2019, accepted Rs 10 lakh from a company, Infiniti Metal Products India Ltd, which was facing a probe in tax credit issue.
Medak district Additional Collector G Nagesh also allegedly got a piece of the land worth Rs 1 crore transferred to his name in return for the favour.