Delhi High Court acquits person convicted in 2002 for demanding Rs 250 bribe

Aditi Singh June 7 2019
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The Delhi High Court recently acquitted a person who was convicted in 2002 for allegedly demanding a bribe of Rs. 250.

The judgment was passed by a Single Judge Bench of Justice RK Gauba in an appeal preferred by one Jagan Nath, who was working with the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) as munshi of a cattle pound in Malviya Nagar.

The complainant in the case, Jeet Ram, had alleged that in July 1991, the appellant had demanded Rs . . .

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