New Delhi, Sep 12 (IANS) An exceptional court for Vyapam cases in Gwalior has condemned to two people, one up-and-comer and his helper who showed up for him in the Samvida Shala Shikshak Patrata Pariksha 2011 for Category II, to four years’ thorough detainment.
The court granted prison term to Jitendra Kumar Jatav (up-and-comer) and Gulab Singh Patel (solver) other than slapping a fine of Rs 13,100 on every one of them.
The CBI had enlisted the case on August 4, 2015 in consistence of the request for the Supreme Court.
The FIR was enrolled against the denounced and others at Dehat police headquarters in Bhind on charges of pantomime.
It was picked up during the examination that a go between moved toward an individual to organize a willing competitor whom he guaranteed to get chosen through pantomime in the Samvida Shala Shikshak qualification assessment for Category-II being led by Vyapam for Rs 1 Lakh.
In lieu of this, the mediator vowed to give Rs 10,000 for each up-and-comer as commission. In like manner, Gulab Singh showed up for the test mimicking Jitendra Jatav.
A special court for Vyapam cases in Gwalior has sentenced to two persons, one candidate and his aide who appeared on behalf of him in the Samvida Shala Shikshak Patrata Pariksha 2011 for Category II, to four years’ rigorous imprisonment.#OmmcomNews https://t.co/QP1wgHrmS8
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The scpesial court tracked down the blamed blameworthy and condemned them to four years’ thorough detainment.