High Court acquits two IPS officers in a 30-year-old alleged crime: The Madras High Court has finally given a quietus to two criminal appeals pending before it for the last 17 years in connection with an alleged crime that took place about 30 years ago. It set aside the conviction and sentence imposed by a trial court on two Indian Police Service (IPS) officers for having indulged in corrupt practices while procuring fire fighting centrifugal pumps for the Fire and Rescue Services Department between May 1989 and July 1992.

The Madras High Court has finally given a quietus to two criminal appeals pending before it for the last 17 years in connection with an alleged crime that took place about 30 years ago. It set aside the conviction and sentence imposed by a trial court on two Indian Police Service (IPS) officers for having indulged in corrupt practices while procuring fire fighting centrifugal pumps for the Fire and Rescue Services Department between May 1989 and July 1992.

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