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CBI calls a bribery case complainant an accused

In a 2018 graft case at NEHU Shillong where Central Bureau of Investigation arrested one professor now frames the complainant of the case as an accused along with another person.

Professor Dinesh Bhatia of NEHU Biomedical Engineering department was arrested on charges of allegedly talking bribe of 40,00 rupees.

Bhatia's advocate M Haque on Friday said that the CBI has made the complainant Raghuvendra Pratap Tripathi an accused, on whose written complaint led to the registration of the case.

Raghuvendra Pratap Tripathi was a PhD student under Profesor Bhatia on whose complaint the professor was arrested.

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