Madras High Court convicts its court officer for taking bribe from illiterate man on false promise of securing job

VD Mohanakrishnan, who was employed as a court officer, was sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years and pay a fine of ₹5,000.
Madras High Court
Madras High Court

The Madras High Court recently sentenced a court officer to three years rigorous imprisonment after finding him guilty of "misusing his official position" and "cheating" an illiterate man by taking money from him on the false promise of securing a job for him [The State v VD Mohanakrishnan].

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