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ACS Officer Sentenced to Four Years Imprisonment in Bribery Case

The ACS officer was caught red-handed by the vigilance and anti-corruption bureau of Assam Police while receiving a bribe.
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A Special Court in Assam sentenced ACS officer Nandita Konwar to four years of imprisonment in a bribery case.

The ACS officer was caught red-handed by the vigilance and anti-corruption bureau of Assam Police while receiving a bribe.

GP Singh, Special DGP on said on Twitter, “Spl V&AC Court Ghty in Case No.10/2017 convicted Smti Nandita Konwar, ACS, then serving as PD, DRDA, Kamrup(M) Punishment: u/s 7 PC Act-3 years & fine of Rs.12,000/- u/s 13(2) PC Act-4 years & fine of Rs 20000 Both sentences to run concurrently.”

Konwar was arrested from her office at Chandmari in Guwahati on October 8, 2015, after she allegedly received Rs 20,000 from one Purna Chetry, adviser to Durga Sarovar Unnayan Samity, an NGO.

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