Two ONGC officials were trapped by a team of state Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) officials on Thursday evening. The duo had demanded Rs. 5 lakh for not creating borewells for oil in a man's farm in Gandhinagar. According to ACB officials, they received a complaint from Ramesh Patel, a resident of Shankar Society in Naranpura, who claimed that the two ONGC officials demanded the money from him earlier this month. "Patel owns a farm land near Moti Adraj village in Gandhinagar district. The property's caretaker informed him a week ago that two officials wanted to talk to him about the matter. One of the officials called him up and met him at Bhat where Patel's construction site is located. The duo introduced themselves as A K Singh and R S Patel, officials from ONGC," said an ACB official.
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