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Madras HC Directs to Invoke Prevention of Corruption Act Against Police Officials - (24 Jul 2020)

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Madras High Court has pulled up the state prison authorities on being intimated that the police officials accompanying the convicts coming out on parole are taking money in the name of charges from the latter's families and has directed invocation of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 against such officials.

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