98 Delhi cops booked for corruption
Delhi traffic police personnel, who were caught on camera in a sting operation, could be arrested, a police official said on Thursday.
A case under the anti-corruption act has been registered against 98 traffic policemen.
"We have registered a case against 98 policemen on late Wednesday under anti-corruption act after a vigilance probe prima facie found them guilty," a senior police official said.
No arrest was made till Thursday evening, but the official said corrupt policemen could be arrested.
The 98 policemen - including 11 sub-inspectors, an equal number of assistant sub-inspectors, 10 head constables and 66 constables - were suspended.
Chetan Prakash, a property dealer, had carried out a sting operation last year filming 98 policemen demanding and accepting bribes from Blueline bus drivers at 23 traffic lights across the capital.
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