Director General,
 Anti Corruption Bureau,
 Maharashtra,
 6th Floor,
 Sir Pochkhanwala Road,
 Worli Police Camp,
 Worli, Mumbai 400 030
 Tel: +91- 22 - 2492 1212
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Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra
The Maharashtra State Anti Corruption Bureau was Constituted under the Government of Maharashtra, Home Department, with a view to eradicating the evil of bribery and corruption. The Anti-Corruption Bureau has jurisdiction over the State of Maharashtra. Raise your voice and it shall be heard!

 

                    ANTI CORRUPITON BUREAU

1)

1946

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Anti Corruption Branches were established for Mumbai and mofussil areas.

2)

1953

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Mumbai and mofussil Branches were centralized.

3)

1957

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Anti Corruption and Prohibition Intelligence Bureau was established with a separate office at Ballard Pier, Mumbai. The office space was taken on rent.

4)

1992

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Bureau office was shifted from Ballard Pier, Mumbai to Madhu Industrial Estate, Worli, Mumbai. The nomenclature of the Bureau was changed as “Anti Corruption Bureau”.

5)

2011

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On 1st June, 2011, Anti Corruption Bureau office shifted from Madhu Industrial Estate to its own independent Building at Sir Pochkhanwala Road, Worli, Mumbai.

 

  
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Services provided by the Bureau

Time Frame within which services will be provided after completion of necessary paper work.

Officer/Men who will be providing the required service

If service not provided within stipulated time, the officer to whom complaint   can be made and his office Tel.No.

Laying a trap when complaint against public servant demanding bribe is received.

When a complaint of demand of bribe is received, a trap is laid against the public servant who has demanded bribe. After completion of investigation, a proposal seeking Sanction for Prosecution of the public servant, as required by the Prevention of Corruption Act,  is sent to the government or Competent Authority. As soon as the Sanction Order is received, a charge sheet is filed in Special Court.

Relevant Investigating Officer and or Head of Office.

1.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S., Mumbai, for Mumbai Thane and Pune Ranges.

Tel No. 24963900


2.Addl. Director General,

Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S. Mumbai, for rest of Maharashtra, i.e. Nanded, Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati and Aurangabad Ranges.

Tel. No. 24953500.

Assets Disproportionate to known sources of income amassed by Public Servant

Bureau enquires into disproportionate assets amassed by the Public Servant following receipt of complaint or information. The enquiry into such matters may take 1 years time. If assets in excess of the   legal means of the public servant are found, a FIR is filed by the Enquiry Officer against the Public Servant. Sanction for Prosecution of public servant is sought from the Government or Competent Authority after completion of Investigation. As soon as sanction order is received, a charge sheet is filed in court.

Relevant Investigating Officer and Offic Head.

1.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S., Mumbai, for Mumbai Thane and Pune Ranges.

Tel No. 24963900


2.Addl. Director General,

Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S. Mumbai, for rest of Maharashtra, i.e. Nanded, Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati and Aurangabad Ranges.

Tel. No. 24953500