CBI registers two separate cases against GM & sales officer of Indian Oil in an alleged bribery case
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered two separate cases against the General Manager, Chief Manager, and Sales Officer of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) on allegations of bribery of Rs.1 lakh in each case.
The accused persons have been identified as N P Rodge, General Manager, and Manish Nandle, Chief Manager of the company in Nagpur.
It was further alleged that the accused directed the complainant to pay the bribe to the Chief Manager, Retail Sales.
Searches are being conducted at the office and residential premises of the accused in both the cases, the CBI official said, adding that further investigation is on.
The first case has been registered based on a complaint against IOCL’s General Manager and Chief Manager on the allegations of demanding a bribe of Rs.1 lakh by the General Manager to execute an agreement with the current owner and also transfer the ownership of the retail outlet from the previous owner to the present owner, said a statement by the CBI
The second case has been registered on a complaint against Sunil Golar, a Sales Officer, IOCL, Gondia (Maharashtra) on the allegations of demanding a bribe of Rs.1 lakh for allowing the smooth functioning of the complainant’s petrol pump without any delay caused by IOCL in providing the stock and also previous favours rendered to the complainant
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