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Mumbai: HC breather for MHADA officer accused of bribery

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In an unusual case, the Bombay high court has suspended conviction of Ashok Sonawane, deputy chief officer, Mhada, who was convicted of allegedly accepting bribe from an individual who had applied for a MHADA flat, claiming to be eligible.



Sonawane acquired some documents under the RTI Act which showed that a departmental inquiry had proved him innocent and stated that manipulation of documents had been done by two of his superiors.



Read at: Mumbai: HC breather for MHADA officer accused of bribery | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

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