- India's top investigating agency summoned a senior minister from the ruling coalition party in the state of Bihar to be questioned in a probe into potential bribery.
- The Central Bureau of Investigation called Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of the eastern state and a senior leader of the Rashtriya Janata Dal party in connection with an investigation into allegations of people being offered jobs in Indian Railways in exchange for plots of land.
Politics — Corruption — India — Bribery — Railways
Federal Police Summons India Minister in Bribery Probe, PTI Says
India's Central Bureau of Investigation has summoned a senior minister from the state of Bihar to be questioned in a probe into potential bribery. Last month, the agency arrested a senior minister over allegations of irregularities in the framing and implementing of a new liquor sales policy.