Corona virus is not taking the name of havoc in Rajasthan. However, even in this hour of crisis, some people are looking for opportunities in disaster. Fresh case quota National Health Mission (NHM) is associated with the officer working in the Health Department of the office. Which has been disclosed by the team of Kota Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).
According to the information, Mahendra Kumar Maliwal, District Accounts Manager of the Chief Medical Department (CMHO) in the National Health Mission (NHM) office has been
Anti-Corruption Bureau Additional Superintendent of Police Thakur Chandrasheel Kumar said that the complainant Avinash Hada had complained to the ACB quota. In it, he said that his firm had a contract to provide cars at the CMHO office. He alleged that Dr. Bhupendra Singh Tanwar, Chief Medical and Health Officer, demanded a bribe of Rs. 1 lakh 30 thousand as a 7 percent commission to pass the vehicle bills for December, January and February. Threatened to cancel the tender of the vehicle, stopping the bill payment if the bribe was not given.
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Avinash Hada said that he approached accused Mahendra Kumar Maliwal to get these bills passed. Maliwal was first given 50 thousand rupees, then 30 thousand rupees for passing the stuck bills by paying a commission of 1 lakh 30 thousand, but the bills were not passed. The ACB got the complaint of bribe verified on 15 April. Accused Mahendra Kumar Maliwal demanded Rs 50,000 for CMHO Dr Bhupendra Singh Tanwar and himself. Meanwhile, ACB took trap action on 30 April.
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According to the information, the complainant gave a bribe of 50 thousand rupees to Maliwal. The ACB arrested him red-handed with a bribe. The action was carried out under the leadership of Deputy Superintendent of Police Harsharaj Singh Khareda of the Anti-Corruption Bureau. The ACB also searched Maliwal’s house. The complainant Avinash Hada said that in the year 2019, he started working here. Since then a commission of 7 per cent was asked to be paid. If the commission was not paid in between, then the payment of 6 months was withheld. The commission was raised to 8 per cent. Now demanded 10 percent commission. After which he enlisted the help of ACB, after which the investigation team took action.