Former Indian football player Subhash Bushmich received three years in prison for bribery: he was convicted of receiving a bribe of 150 thousand rupees.
A special court of the Central Bureau of investigation ( CBI ) has sentenced a former Indian football player and technical Director of the football club East Bengal Subhash Busmice to three years in prison after it convicted him on charges of bribery in 2005. The court also appointed a financial penalty Bushmich, but gave him bail because he was sick.
The criminal case was investigated for 13 years, and only recently was sentenced. Bushmich, held in 2005, the post of the employee of Department on fight against evasion of Central excise duty, has been convicted of a crime of the Central Bureau of investigation in December 2005.
According to investigators, he received a bribe for 150 thousand rupees from a businessman from Calcutta. Employees CSI Busmice arrested red-handed when arrested he resisted the officers of the CBI. He also hit one of the Deputy heads of the investigation Agency.
“Evidence presented by investigators is sufficient to recognize Busmice guilty,” said the CBI judge Siddhartha Roy Chowdhury. However, the former player was given the opportunity to go on bail for various medical reasons.
Note Busek is one of the most successful managers in Indian football, winning multiple trophies with different teams. During his second stay in East Bengal, he won the national football League (NFL) titles in 2002-03 and 2003-04. He won fame as a football player in the 1970s.
In the past, Indian players have been arrested on various charges. Players from East Bengal-Sasti Dol and Dipankar Roy were arrested by police for providing asylum to an anti-social person in November 2004.
Nigerian football player and veteran Mohun Bagan player Jose Ramirez Barreto was arrested at Netaji Subhash Chandra International airport on charges in 2008 for smuggling foreign currency worth $ 20,000.