The judge further said that at the request of the counsel for the accused, the bail application of Khan was posted for Tuesday at 12 noon.
Observing that money was lavishly being spent during the elections, he felt that an expenditure-less election process could go a long way in curtailing corruption.
The officer was caught red-handed in the municipal office at Badangpet while taking the bribe in cash.
“We have registered a case for obstructing the ACB officials in discharging their duty and four persons have been arrested in this case.
Khan, the chairman of the Delhi Waqf Board, had tweeted about the notice, claiming he has been summoned as he built a new Waqf board office.
The Delhi government has around 25,000 guest teachers engaged in its schools.
According to the FIR, a probe was initiated on October 10, 2021 based on two petitions to DVAC received from present Speaker M Appavu in 2019.
The FIR said the certificate was issued by influencing the team that inspected the college.
The DVAC on Tuesday began searches of 26 places including 10 in Chennai, 9 in Coimbatore and seven places in Tambaram, Avadi, Tiruchy and Chengalpattu.
The state cabinet has decided to strengthen the Karnataka Lokayukta, and has approved recruitment of staff for accounts and prosecution for the anti-corruption watchdog.
While the government had not taken any such action, the Karnataka High Court recently ordered the abolition of the ACB and directed that the cases it was handling should be transferred to the Lokayukt
In the third incident, Kokkisa Chandra Prakash, a head constable working in Vemulawada, was arrested by ACB sleuths for accepting a bribe of Rs 6,000 from a chicken shop owner.
The court on Thursday asked the government to restore the powers of the Lokayukta and now the Bommai government is likely to act upon it as the BJP manifesto too had promised it.
Khan expressed faith in the judiciary and Constitution and charged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was scared of the party supremo Arvind Kejriwal and targeting to harass them.
Following complaints over irregularities in issuing building permissions, the surprise inspection was carried out, said the officials.
Shreeroopa, then Deputy Secretary-2 of Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) was charged under the Prevention of Corruption Act, for executing a sale deed in favour of an allottee.
Despite this, an FIR was registered, search was conducted and the petitioner was harassed.
The CM further instructed the authorities to maintain a report on the action taken for the calls received on the toll-free number.
Idea behind the proposal is to provide services on platforms that will root out amoral practices
SC to hear pleas of Karnataka ACB, its ADGP against adverse HC remarks; judge puts transfer threat on record
The apex court took note of the submissions of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Karnataka ACB, seeking urgent listing of the plea.