Flying squad conducts raids

DW BUREAU / Chandigarh Under the 'Zero Tolerance Policy' to curb corruption in Haryana, the Chief Minister's flying squad conducted raids at the kiosks in the judicial premises of Mini Secretariat (e-Disha Kendra) in district Charkhi Dadri, and a case has been registered against two employees and a private person under various Sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for demanding more than the prescribed fees for issuing registration certificates of vehicles and issuance of driving licenses. While giving information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that the Rohtak team of Chief Minister's flying squad had received information regarding discrepancies in registration certificates of vehicles and issuance driving license at the e-Disha Kendra. Thereafter, the squad conducted raids at the kiosks of Typist, Pradeep Kumar in the judicial premises. During the raid, four driving licenses, 20 registration certificates of vehicles, 33 Aadhaar cards, 12 voter identity cards along with driving licenses, registration certificates and receipts of files deposited for obtaining NOC were recovered. In addition, seven high-security number plates of vehicles and a register maintaining a record of money transactions were recovered. During the interrogation by the team Typist, Pradeep Kumar, confessed that he used to work in alliance with License Clerk, Mohit Kumar, and Registration Certificate Clerk, Sunita Devi, working in SDM office of Charkhi Dadri. He further disclosed that he used to demand, Rs 3,500 to Rs 5000 from the applicants in lieu of issuing Registration Certificates of vehicles and issuing driving license. (


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