Three members demanded the money be handed over to them in a black bag
Jaipur: Senior ACB officials said that the three Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) members who were caught taking bribe in Rajathan’s Churu tried to avoid touching the money they had demanded as bribe as a precaution. In ACB traps, currency notes are treated with phenolphthalein powder. This powder adheres to the notes’ surface but hardly visible to the naked eye. They demanded that they be handed over the bribe in a black bag. The ACB had coated the bag also with phenolphthalein powder.
Add SP, ACB Churu Ganesh Nath told The PinkCity Post that Dr Nitin Marwa, Dr Punit Mishra and Dr Sreesh Mishra, members of the Central Council of Indian Medicine, were trapped while taking bribe from the representatives of Shri Bhanwar Lal Dugar Ayurved Vishwabharti, (Gandhi Vidyamandir) on Tuesday.
“On the institute’s complaint, we laid a trap. When the three members were asked how they wanted the bribe to take, they issued instructions that the money should be in a black bag. They won’t touch currency notes,” said the officer.
Sources said that goods are demanded as bribe can also be coated with phenolphthalein powder.
“We have completing some legal formalities related to the case. We will produce the trio in a court in the afternoon on Wednesday,” said the officer.