Printed:October 31, 2017 eight:45 pm
The CBI on Tuesday filed its cost sheet within the Vyapam rip-off case and just about rejected allegations that laptop exhausting discs seized from an accused purportedly carrying reference of the letters “CM” have been tampered. The findings of the CBI will come as a serious aid for Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who can be going through meeting elections subsequent yr.
The company in its cost sheet filed earlier than a particular CBI court docket stated that the forensic evaluation of the exhausting disc drives seized from Nitin Mohindra, an official at Madhya Pradesh Skilled Examination Board, by the Madhya Pradesh Police has proven that no information having letters “CM” had been saved in them. It rejected the allegations of tampering of the exhausting disc, which was being thought of because the essential piece of proof within the multi-crore recruitment rip-off levelled by Congress chief Digvijay Singh and whistle blower Prashant Pandey, CBI sources stated.
It stated that Pandey had additionally submitted two pen drives –to the Delhi Excessive Court docket and the CBI — carrying excel sheets to buttress his declare that onerous disc drives seized by Indore Police in 2013 had been tampered to take away 48 situations of the “CM” from the data. The information carried within the pen drives had been altered subsequently, the cost sheet stated.
The exhausting disc was seized by Indore police and later handed over to the CBI for forensic examination in 2015 following a Supreme Court docket order on this regard, the sources stated. The Vyapam case is referred to large irregularities in recruitment for numerous Madhya Pradesh authorities jobs. The CBI has registered a number of FIRs to analyze the case.
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