Press Release
New Delhi , 01.01.2014

            The Special Judge for CBI Cases Bhopal has convicted three accused persons i.e Shri Mahendra Singh Chouhan; Shri Mukesh Raghuwanshi & Shri Dharmendra Ramonia and sentenced them to undergo three years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs. 11,000/- each in a bribery case.


            CBI had registered a Case U/s 8 of PC Act, 1988 on a complaint against a Driver in Railway Department on the allegations that he had demanded a bribe of Rs. One Lakh each for the recruitment of younger brother & a relative of the complainant for getting them appointed as TC in Railway through the DRM, Bhopal. It was further alleged that the accused had already obtained an amount of Rs. 45,000/- from both the candidates and demanded Rs. 20,000/- as bribe for medical examination of both the candidates by the Railway Doctor. On the basis of said complaint, Shri Mahendra Singh Chouhan was caught red handed by CBI. During the said proceedings on the disclosure of Shri Mahendra Singh Chouhan, certain incriminating documents/articles printed /scanned/typed in the name of Railway Recruitment were seized from Shri Dharmendra Ramonia.


            A charge sheet was filed on 21.04.2009 in the Court of Special Judge for CBI Cases, Bhopal against Shri Mahendra Singh Chouhan; the Driver and Shri Dharmendra Ramonia U/s 120-B, 419, 420, 468, 471 473 of IPC and Sec. 8 of PC Act. 1988 and a supplementary chargesheet was filed against Shri Mukesh Raghuwanshi on 24.12.2009. The Driver died during the trial.


            The Trial Court found the accused guilty and convicted them.