Jaipur: Two food safety officers were arrested in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh district on Wednesday for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs 10,000, an anti-corruption bureau spokesperson said.
The accused, Rajesh Tinkar and Sunil Garg, posted at the Chief Medical and Health office in Chittorgarh had demanded Rs 10,000 bribe from a grocery shop owner for not registering a case for selling expiry date products, he said.
The complainant Ashraf Hussain lodged a complaint with the anti-corruption bureau (ACB) following which a trap was laid.
The accused were arrested while accepting the bribe from the complainant in their office, the spokesperson said.
A case has been registered against the two under the Prevention of Corruption Act, he added.