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Three former govt employees sent to jail in corruption cases

india Updated: Aug 11, 2011 20:10 IST

Three state government employees have been sent to jail while another has been dismissed from service following cases of corruption against them, in Andhra Pradesh.

Special Anti Corruption Bureau court at Vijayawada convicted LV Satyanarayana Murthy, former deputy executive engineer in Krishna district, sentencing him to two years' imprisonment.

Court also ordered that the officer's assets of over Rs 2 crore be seized.

In Nellore district, ACB court sentenced Jayampu Venkateshwarlu, assistant motor vehicle inspector - Atmakur to rigorous imprisonment for three years, and imposed fine of Rs 2,00,000 on him.

In Visakhapatnam district, Munawar Ahmed, a forest section officer, Anakapalli, was sentenced to one year's simple imprisonment, plus a fine of Rs 3,000.

The officer had been trapped in 2006 while taking bribe of Rs 2,000.

B Gopal Naik, former Panchayat secretary at Medipally village in Karimnagar district, has been dismissed as he was found guilty of misconduct by the Tribunal for Disciplinary Proceedings in an ACB trap case, official release here said.

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