Head of Kizilyurt Traffic Police took bribes from subordinates
The Head of State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate of Kizilyurt, Dagestan, arrested for bribery by FSB officers, had been taking bribes from his subordinates in the form of a monthly recompense amounting to 5 thousand rubles.
As TASS reports, those who refused to pay would face dismissal.
47-year-old Head of Kizilyurt State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate Shamil Shamilov has been arrested on suspicion of taking bribes in Kizilyurt.
According to Life's source, it has been one of his subordinates, whom he had promised to dismiss, who has reported the illegal acts of his boss to FSB. To resolve the conflict, Shamilov offered 10 thousand rubles to the employee.
However, the subordinate employee of the Kizilyurt Traffic Police Head was recording the conversation, which he then transferred to the FSB.
The detention has been conducted by the regional FSB and MIA Internal Security officers. An agency check has been appointed, by the results of which the employee will be dismissed from the bodies, and his immediate superiors will be held responsible. The issue of whether to initiate a criminal case is being decided.
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