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Vyapam case:CBI sees no 'political hand' behind the recruitment

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Published on 15 Jun 2016 7:04 AM GMT

Vyapam case:CBI sees no political hand behind the recruitment
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New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation has not found any political conspiracy in the the Vyapam scam.

The CBI's investigation into the admission and recruitment scam involving Madhya Pradesh's professional examination board (MPPEB) has indicated that most of the 155 cases probed so far were ‘individual’ cases and did not smack of any ‘organized syndicate’ or ‘political conspircay’ in the case, said officials.

A 40-member special investigation team of the CBI has been probing Vyapam-related irregularities since July last year.

The CBI has probed some big names like former state technical education minister Laxmikant Sharma; Dhanraj Yadav, the then officer on special duty (OSD) to the Madhya Pradesh governor Ram Naresh Yadav; Gulab Singh Kirar, former member of the state Backward Classes Commission; and Sudhir Singh Bhadoria and Pankaj Trivedi, former Vyapam controllers of examinations.

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