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Assam Police officer caught red-handed while taking bribe



An Assam Police officer was caught red-handed by the sleuths of Directorate of Vigilance & Anti-Corruption (DVAC), Assam while taking bribe.

The corrupt Assam Police has been identified as Sudhanya Bhattacharjee, who has been serving as a sub-inspector at Hailakandi police station.

The news has been confirmed by GP Singh, Special DGP (Law & Order), Director V&AC & Chief Anti-Rhino Poaching Task Force, Assam.

IPS officer Singh in a tweet on Wednesday said sub-inspector Sudhanya Bhattacharjee was caught while he was while accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 today from a complainant inside Hailakandi police station.

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A team of Directorate of Vigilance & Anti-Corruption (DVAC), Assam carried out the operation on the basis of a complaint and caught the police sub-inspector red-handed.

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“SI(UB) Sudhanya Bhattacharjee, of Hailakandi PS was caught red handed by @DIR_VAC_ASSAM while accepting bribe of INR 5000 today (Nov 17th) from the complainant inside Hailakandi PS,” Special DGP GP Singh tweeted.

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