Hyderabad: Rachakonda commissioner Mahesh M. Bhagwat on Monday ordered an inquiry into an allegation that the Special Operations Team had taken a bribe of Rs 4 lakh from family of row-dy sheeter Illyas Nawab.
The mother of Nawab, a history sheeter of Balapur police station, claimed that one Rakesh, a constable, collected Rs 4.12 lakh from them for settling a petty issue and not invoking the Preven-tive Detention Act. Mr Bhagwat asked the DCP, Admin, Prakash Reddy to conduct an inquiry.
The action was initiated after an alleged conversation between constable Rakesh and Ilyas Nawab went viral on social media. Rakesh is purportedly heard saying that the money which was earlier given by Nawab was less, and he needs to complete the payment.
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