GG News Bureau
Chhindwara, 6th Feb. The registrar of Raja Shankar Shah University, a government-run institution in Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, was apprehended on Monday by the Lokayukta Special Police Establishment for allegedly soliciting and accepting a bribe, an official reported.
Meghraj Ninama, serving as the registrar of Raja Shankar Shah University in Chhindwara, was caught red-handed accepting a sum of Rs 25,000 from the director of a local college, stated Deputy Superintendent of Police Surekha Parmar of Lokayukta SPE.
The arrest followed a complaint lodged by Anurag Kushwaha, the director of a college situated on Seoni Road in Chhindwara, alleging that Ninama demanded Rs 50,000 in exchange for ensuring the smooth operation of the college.
A case has been registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act, and further investigative measures are underway,” Parmar confirmed.