Indore, Jun 22 (PTI) A local court today sentenced an official of the State Bank of India (SBI), who was caught taking a bribe of Rs 9,000, to three days of CBI custody. The CBI produced the official R J Verma in the district and sessions court, where it said that his voice sample would be taken and documents pertaining to the bribery case would be seized. Verma was posted at Mannawar in the neighbouring Dhar district and was caught yesterday by the CBI, talking a bribe from two farmers. The court accepted the CBI plea and sent Verma to custody till June 25.
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