RTO Inspector bribery case: ACB clarifies

RTO Inspector bribery case: ACB clarifies

August 4, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The ACB (Anti-Corruption Bureau) has clarified that Sajid Abrar Ali, the complainant in the RTO inspector bribery case, in which RTO Motor Vehicle Inspector M.V. Prabhakar was caught along with agent Mahesh while accepting Rs. 77,000 as bribe for issuing Driving Licence a couple of days ago, is the owner of Indian Driving School and not Bharat Driving School as reported. 

In a clarification issued on Tuesday, the ACB said that it was wrongly mentioned that the complainant Sajid Abrar Ali was the owner of Bharat Driving School. But Ali in fact is the owner of Indian Driving School, the release said.


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