CBI Files Charge-sheet Against 60 Accused in Vyapam Fraud Case
File picture of the CBI headquarters in New Delhi. (PTI)
Special CBI court for Vyapam cases, commanded by Additional Sessions Judge Surendra Kumar Shrivastava, will start hearing the case from January 28 following an instructions from the pinnacle court that 5 accused must be tried at a time, prosecution attorney Bharat Bhushan Sharma stated.
- Last Updated: January 07, 2021, 23: 35 IST
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The CBI on Thursday filed a charge-sheet in an unique court here against 60 implicated in a case associated to the multi-crore Vyapam admission and recruitment scam in Madhya Pradesh, the prosecution said. The document, facing more than 4,000 pages, associates with alleged rigging of Pre-Medical Test (PMT) carried out by the state’s evaluation board in 2011.
Unique CBI court for Vyapam cases, administered over by Additional Sessions Judge Surendra Kumar Shrivastava, will begin hearing the case from January 28 following a direction from the peak court that 5 accused need to be tried at a time, prosecution legal representative Bharat Bhushan Sharma said. He stated the implicated have actually been reserved under relevant Indian Penal Code areas, consisting of 420 (cheating), and also provisions of the Avoidance of Corruption Act.
The charge-sheet encounters more than 4,000 pages, Sharma included. He said at a time five accused would be served notifications to come to the court for taping their declarations.
The Vyapam rip-off refers to irregularities in exams held by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Assessment Board, also called Vyavasayik Pareeksha Mandal or Vyapam, for admission in expert courses and state services. Multiple criminal cases associated with the rip-off have actually been submitted in various parts of the state.
Initially, a special job force of the state cops had actually investigated the rip-off. In 2016, the Supreme Court had actually directed the Central Bureau of Examination (CBI) to investigate the scandal.
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