Thane, Dec 31 (PTI) A police constable was Monday booked for allegedly demanding a bribe for not taking action against a woman accused of running a brothel, a Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau official said. Also Read - PUBG Mobile India Pre-registrations Open Now: Here’s How to do it | Check Details Here
The woman had filed a complaint with the ACB that the constable was demanding a bribe of Rs 20,000, ACB Inspector Ashwini Kusurkar said. Also Read - Cyclone Nivar: Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry on High Alert; NDRF Teams Deployed
Following a probe which showed there was prima facie evidence against the constable, a case was registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act with Nerul police station, the official said. Also Read - 'To Infinity And Beyond': Rohit Chadda's Anniversary Wish For Wife Aashna is What Love is Made of!
Kusurkar said the constable was yet to be arrested.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.