A Person Can’t be Convicted for Violating Ethics, the Offence Should be Proved Under the Act: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court has ruled that a person charged with corruption under the Prevention of Corruption Act can’t be convicted for violation of ethics or morals but offence of corruption should be proved under the Act. Observing thus, the Bench of Justice Shrikant Kulkarni acquitted a telecommunications engineer in the corruption case. The court

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