Ex-ADG (SOG and ATS) Anil Paliwal
JAIPUR: Days following the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) began investigating corruption charges against former Bharatpur DIG, the bureau has obtained bribery complaint against former officers of the Special Operations Group (SOG) such as ex-ADG (SOG and ATS) Anil Paliwal, as well as the other official Satpal Midha.
The complainant alleged that the two officials amongst others had asked for a bribe of Rs two crore from him. The criticism was registered on Friday, on the day when the accused officers were moved into a bureaucratic reshuffle.
“The complainant alleged that Midha had shot him to fulfill Paliwal and they wanted Rs two crore to look after a circumstance. In addition, he claimed there have been other officers involved, however he simply recognises them and doesn’t know their titles. We’ve begun an inquiry into the subject,” stated an ACB official. The situation apparently involves an investigation to a charge co-operative society
On Friday, Paliwal was appointed as ADG (employees ) while Midha was submitted to some RAC battalion at Delhi. According to sources, the corruption fee was why the duo were moved.
Elaborating further, ” the officer stated,”We have the listing of this dialogue between the complainant and Midha where the latter might be heard telling him about what to say about Paliwal. According to the complainant, Paliwal didn’t state anything but wrote a note where he gave the sum. But we’ve got no record of this.”
The ACB sleuths maintained a Pandora’s box appears to get opened and mature police officers’ titles are gearing up at the bribery allegation. “The research into the corruption from ex-DIG of Bharatpur, Laxman Gaur, is still underway and it seems that people have religion in ACB due to they are approaching us with corruption fees against senior officials,” added the officer.
Gaur’s name had come up at the bribery case if a middleman, Pramod Sharma, was detained for allegedly demanding cash. He was stated to be a close aide of Gaur and seemingly resided in the prior DIG’s house from where he left the calls.