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DEHRADUN: A CBI particular court docket in Dehradun on Monday convicted a Lt Colonel and an assistant garrison engineer-rank official in a five-year-old bribery case and sentenced them to 10 years and 5 years of rigorous imprisonment, respectively. The court docket additionally imposed a high-quality of Rs 55,000 on the Lt Colonel and Rs 15,000 on the opposite official, stories Gaurav Talwar.
Lt Colonel Bharat Joshi, who was then posted in Devices Analysis and Growth Institution (IRDE) in Dehradun as garrison engineer, was arrested by CBI on July 8, 2016 whereas taking bribe from a personal contractor, in line with prosecution lawyer Satish Kumar.
Lt Col sought Rs 38,000 as bribe from contractor
Manish Singh, who was then serving as assistant garrison engineer, was additionally arrested by CBI for forcing the complainant to pay the bribe, Kumar mentioned.
Earlier than saying the quantum of punishment, the court docket of particular CBI decide Sujata Singh on Monday convicted Joshi beneath sections 7 and 13 of Prevention of Corruption Act together with part 120-B (prison conspiracy) of IPC. Singh has been convicted beneath part 120-B of IPC and part 12 of Prevention of Corruption Act.
Offering additional particulars, prosecution lawyer Kumar mentioned, “Lt Colonel Bharat Joshi who was then serving as garrison engineer in Navy Engineering Companies (MES) had demanded a bribe of Rs 38,000 from a personal contractor for clearing his payments. His deputy Manish Singh was forcing the complainant to provide the bribe quantity in a single go.”
The contractor paid Rs 10,000 as first installment of the bribe to Joshi on July 4, 2016 and made the entry in his private diary. He additionally recorded the dialog between him and Joshi on an SD card and submitted the identical to CBI.
On the premise of the criticism made by the contractor, CBI registered a case and caught the Lt Colonel redhanded whereas accepting the second installment of the bribe of Rs 10,000 from the complainant, Kumar mentioned.

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