TWO YEARS RIGOROUS IMPRISONMENT TO THEN CHIEF MANAGER OF CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA IN A BRIBERY CASE

Press Release
New Delhi , 18.01.2013

            The Special Judge for CBI Cases, Nagpur has convicted Shri Surender Kumar Gupta, then Chief Manager, Central Bank of India, Nagpur and sentenced him to undergo two years Rigorous Imprisonment with a fine of Rs.12,000/- U/s 7 of PC Act, 1988 and U/s 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of PC Act, 1988.

 

            CBI had registered a case against Shri Surender Kumar Gupta, Chief Manager, Central Bank of India, Nagpur (On deputation to DRT, Nagpur as Recovery Officer) on the basis of a complaint alleging that he had demanded a bribe of Rs.25,000/- for issuing possession warrant for taking the flat purchased by complainant in public auction held by DRT, Nagpur on 11.06.2007. After registration of the case, a trap was laid and Shri Surender Kumar Gupta was caught red handed while demanding & accepting the bribe of Rs. 5000/- from the complainant.

 

            After investigation, CBI had filed the chargesheet on 06.06.2008. The Trial Court found the accused guilty and convicted him.

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