CBI arrested Manjit Singh Bali, the chief post-master general for Maharashtra and Goa for accepting a bribe of Rs2 crore for transferring a piece of government land to private parties.
The Chief Post-Master General for Maharashtra and Goa was arrested on Thursday by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs2 crore for transferring a piece of government land to private parties, reports PTI.
Manjit Singh Bali was apprehended by the anti-corruption wing of the Central agency, officials said. Mr Bali had allegedly taken the bribe to transfer land meant for post offices to private parties, they said.
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