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Former police chief from Buryatia suspected of bribery

Former police chief from Buryatia suspected of bribery
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In Buryatia, investigators suspect the former head of the Tunkinsky intermunicipal department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of taking a bribe on an especially large scale. For a fee, with the help of his subordinates, he sabotaged a major construction project in the interests of the entrepreneur.

According to the press service of the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee for Buryatia, the former policeman committed the crime during the construction of the Kultuk-Mondy road. The owner of the quarry, where the sand and gravel mixture was being illegally mined, asked the police to arrange for him a profitable supply of materials.

For this, with the help of his subordinates, the accused stopped the work of the enterprise, which was mining sand and gravel mixture on a legal basis. In fact, this enterprise could no longer supply the necessary material to the construction site, which the attackers took advantage of.

After the delivery of the illegally obtained material took place, the former police officer received a bribe of eight million rubles for his services. The investigation is still ongoing, the main person involved in the case will soon be chosen a preventive measure.

 

 

 

 

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