Big decision in Madhya Pradesh’s famous Vyapam scam
5 accused were sentenced to 7–7 years by the CBI court
Also imposed a fine of 10-10 thousand on the accused.
Bhopal. In Madhya Pradesh’s famous Vyapam scam, 5 accused have been sentenced to 7–7 years by the CBI court. Along with this, the court also imposed a fine of 10-10 thousand on these accused. In the court of Special CBI Judge Niti Raj Singh Sisodia, the CBI had presented a supplementary charge sheet. This chargesheet was presented in the case of Police Constable Recruitment Examination 2013. CBI Public Prosecutor Manuji Upadhyay said that Vyapam had conducted the Madhya Pradesh Police constable recruitment examination in 2013.
In this, 4 examinees Kamal Kishore, Amar Singh, Nagendra Singh and Suresh Singh had passed the examination with the connivance of touts and mediators to pass the written examination by making another person sit in the examination in their place. Ravi Kumar Rajput took the exam in place of Nagendra Singh. After the results came, the four accused had passed in the police constable recruitment examination.
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CBI is investigating the case
The court sentenced Ravi Kumar along with four examinees Kamal Kishore, Amar Singh, Nagendra Singh and Suresh Singh on the basis of 32 witnesses, 220 documents and 19 articles. After the sentencing, the court sent all the accused to judicial custody. Bhopal Sent to Central Jail. In this case, many accused have gone to jail in the past. After STF, CBI is investigating the Vyapam Maha scam.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : September 30, 2022, 03:07 IST