A native of Kyrgyzstan promised a woman to fix her up for a job in the internal affairs bodies in Tashkent. He was caught red-handed. The website of the Central Department of Internal Affairs of the capital of Uzbekistan reported.
According to the police department, a 29-year-old Umida, who lives in Sergeli district of Tashkent, turned to the police. She asked to take measures against some Yusup, who promised her a job in the internal affairs agencies for $ 2,000.
It turned out that the person, who demanded a bribe from Umida, was a 26-year-old Kyrgyz native Yusupzhan, who did not have a citizenship and lived in Sergeli district of Tashkent. Previously, he was convicted for violation of traffic safety rules or vehicle operation.
Employees of the Central Internal Affairs Department detained Yusupzhan in his own car while receiving $1,300. A criminal case was opened on the fact of fraud and bribery.