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Odisha vigilance arrests police ASI for accepting Rs 2000 bribe

Bhubaneswar, Feb 25 (UNI) ASI of Niali Police Station Bijaya Kumar Bhanja was arrested on Sunday after he was apprehended by Odisha Vigilance for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2000 from a complainant.
Odisha vigilance sources said the ASI had been demanding bribes from a complainant, threatening to entangle his cousin in a case otherwise.
On Saturday, the ASI called the complainant and asked him to pay the demanded bribe amount.
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