An Income Tax official, who was admitted to the Corona ward of RUHS Hospital, Jaipur, committed suicide. The officer laid down his life by hanging himself from the bedsheet in the ward on the sixth floor of the hospital. On Monday morning, the security guard of the hospital saw the income tax officer hanging. Subsequently reported to RUHS management and Pratap Nagar police station.
Vinay Kumar Mangala (45), who committed suicide, was caught 4 years ago by the CBI in Jhalawar taking a bribe of one lakh rupees. In the same case, there was a court hearing on January 22, after which the court sent him to jail. Covid got them tested before being sent to jail. He was admitted to the RUHS when the report came out positive.
The income tax officer was admitted alone in the ward
Vinay Kumar was admitted to a ward made for prisoners on the 6th floor at Mangla Hospital. It is being told that he was alone in this ward. By around 4 am, the security guards saw Vijay Kumar on his bed in the ward during the round. After this, when he came again, he was seen hanging on the noose from the fan.
Police said Vinay Kumar Mangla was a resident of Srinathpuram in Kota. The SDM and other police officers rushed to the spot after the case was linked to death in judicial custody. Police have given information to family members. After action on the spot, the body was taken to the mortuary for postmortem.
Income tax officer was caught 4 years ago
Initial information revealed that CBI arrested Vinay Kumar Mangla, District Income Tax Officer in Jhalawar, on 31 December 2016, taking a bribe of one lakh rupees from the petrol pump owner. Mangala had demanded a bribe to withdraw the income tax demand of the 2014-15 petrol pump of the complainant.
The complainant negotiated and decided to give one lakh rupees to Income Tax Officer Mangla. When he decided to give the bribe amount after working, Vinay Kumar took a check of one lakh rupees from the complainant without a date. The case reached the CBI. The CBI then searched his house and found one and a half kilos of gold, real estate documents, 4 bank lockers, accounts in 6 different banks. Apart from this, new currency notes worth Rs24.5 lakh were found in the search. During demonetization, Mangala converted the old notes into new ones.
The family lives in Kota, came to Jaipur 3-4 days ago
Vinay Kumar Mangla’s family has lived in a multistory apartment in the Shrinathpuram area in Kota for the past 5-6 years. He is survived by his wife and two sons. The 22-year-old son is preparing for medical, while the 17-year-old son is in school. Vijay Kumar Mangla’s neighbors in Kota said that he had gone to Jaipur 5-6 days ago with his wife in connection with an old case. Both of them went to ask to take care of the children. How can he do this?