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16 Sep 2019 5:56
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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Former Auckland Council worker accused of taking bribe has lost bid to keep name secret

    A former Auckland Council worker accused of taking a bribe from a businessman to secure a 150-thousand dollar contract has lost his bid to keep his name secret


    41-year-old Sundeep Rasila, a former procurement relationship specialist at the Council, is yet to enter a plea.

    His alleged counterpart, who has interim name suppression, has pleaded not guilty to giving a gift to a council employee.

    The charges have to do with the procurement of USB flash drives from China.

    Both men are on bail until their next court appearance.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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