CBI registers FIR in Vyapam scam against 38 accused

CBI registers FIR in Vyapam scam against 38 accused

2015_7$largeimg09_Jul_2015_132033710New Delhi, Jul 26 - The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today registered FIR against 38 accused in the Vyapam scam, sources said. On July 23, the investigative agency had registered an FIR and two Preliminary Enquiries, related to the alleged Vyapam cases. On the directions of the Supreme Court, CBI has taken over investigation of the said FIR and started proceedings, which were earlier conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Police. The FIR has been registered under Sections 120B read with 201, 409, 417, 420,467,468 and 471 of the IPC; Sections 65, 66 of the IT Act; Section 13(2) read with 13(1)(d) of P.C.Act, 1988 and Section 3 and 4 of the MP Recognised Examination Act, against 38 accused, including then Controller of Examinations, Vyapam and then System Analyst, Vyapam, relating to the alleged illegalities committed in the Madhya Pradesh Junior Food Supplies Officer and Inspector, Weights and Measurements recruitment examination, also known as Vyapam scam, in 2012. The first Preliminary Enquiry has been registered relating to the alleged unnatural death of Ramendra Singh Bhadoriya (29), resident of Kanchmeel, Anand Nagar, Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh). The alleged unnatural death occurred on January 8 in Gwalior. Inquest proceedings under Section 174 CrPC were conducted at Police Station - Hajira, district Gwalior (MP). The second Preliminary Enquiry has been registered relating to the alleged unnatural death of Deepak Jain (24), resident of New Colony, Karera, district Shivpuri (MP). The alleged unnatural death occurred on February 1, 2014 in Gwalior. Inquest proceedings under Section 174 CrPC were conducted at Police Station - Bahodapur, district Gwalior (MP). CBI had earlier registered 13 FIRs and five Preliminary Enquiries in the alleged Vyapam cases.

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