New Delhi: The CBI on Saturday arrested Central Council of Homeopathy President Ramjee Singh and another person on charges of accepting Rs 20 lakh in bribe to give a favourable inspection report for setting up of a homeopathy college.
Singh, who was elected the council chief in 2009, was arrested along with Harishankar Jha during a raid by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) after a complaint.
Singh has served both as president and secretary of the Homeoopathic Association of India.
The Central Council of Homoeopathy, a statutory body under the Health and Family Welfare Ministry, is a regulatory authority for homoeopathy system of medicine.
It is entrusted with the work of maintaining the register of practitioners and the standards in homeopathic education.
First Published | 22 October 2016 5:00 PM
Web Title: CBI arrests Homeopathy Council chief in bribery case
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