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Cash: ED official detained for corruption in Tamil Nadu says money was for ‘superiors’


MADURAI: Ankit Tiwari, an ED officer arrested from Tamil Nadu’s Dindigul on Friday on charges of accepting bribe from a government doctor on the pretext of reopening an old assets case, said to his target that he had been “charged by the Prime Minister’s Office” to conduct an investigation. investigation and that the species was addressed to “his superiors”, specifies the State Vigilance FIR.
Much of Tiwari’s conversations with Dr T Suresh Babu, who had “agreed” to pay a total of Rs 51 lakh, were recorded in a camera inside the doctor’s car. Here are some of the grim details of the FIR against Tiwari by the TN management. Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC), a copy of which is available from TOI. Babu is the chief civil surgeon of Dindigul Government Medical College Hospital. Tiwari was arrested under the Prevention of Corruption Act based on a complaint filed by the doctor. Tiwari reportedly initially asked for Rs 3 crore from Babu, but sealed the deal at Rs 51 lakh.
While Tiwari, 36, was trapped with Rs 20 lakh with the help of Babu in an unprecedented road drama and was sent to judicial custody till December 15, the DVAC raids on Saturday at the office of the Director General of Madurai post arrests were equally unprecedented. The rare instance of such DVAC action in the offices of a Union government entity came at a time when ED was investigating DMK leaders and deputy CM Stalin accused the BJP-led Center of use central agencies to crush political rivals. that she had seized several incriminating documents from the ED office in Madurai, senior officials of the central agency in Chennai said that only Tiwari’s room was searched by state vigilance.
Tiwari used details of corruption cases registered by the DVAC and approached the accused to extort money from him, officials of the state agency claimed. DVAC had investigated Babu in 2018 in a disproportionate wealth case, but later cleared him.

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