The CBI on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against 490 people in the multi-crore Vyapam job and professional examination scam. CBI sources said there was no basis in the allegation by Congress leader Digvijaya Singh that a seized hard disk purportedly containing evidence of wrongdoing had been tampered with. However, a relief was cited by the Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan after he escaped the list of 490 accused submitted by the CBI. Both had alleged that the hard disks and pen drives seized by Indore Police on July 18, 2013 from the computer of an accused had been tampered with.
"The two, in separate pleas, had alleged the word "CM" was mentioned 48 times in an excel file stored on the hard disks which was either replaced or deleted".
The central forensic science laboratory experts prepared a mirror images of the hard disc at the local court on October 29 and 30, 2015 and the same process was videographed, Mr Dayal said.
The CBI after investigating the case has informed the CBI court that the allegations levelled by Digvijaya Singh and Prashant Pandey was false. It was alleged that these racketeers were found to be involved in arranging for Beneficiary candidates and Solvers. The files given by Pandey in its pen drive to the High Court and the CBI were "created" after July 18, 2013 indicating falsification of evidence, the CBI alleged. Most accused were operating from state capital Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Shahdol, Ratlam, and Sagar in Madhya Pradesh.
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La police n'a pas immédiatement donné de bilan, indiquant simplement dans un tweet qu'une personne avait été arrêtée . Il n'y a pas d'autre suspect ni de " menace active", selon un porte-parole de la mairie.
"In the court, the accused were told that a supplementary charge sheet was being filed".
CBI drew up a database of 10 lakh such students from medical colleges and coaching institutes. It was also alleged that the racketeers thereafter were getting the roll numbers of these Solvers-Beneficiary candidates manipulated through Vyapam officials, such that a Beneficiary candidate was seated right behind his Solver candidate thus enabling the Beneficiary to cheat and copy the answers from Solver candidate. The solvers were either MBBS students or bright medical aspirants studying in coaching classes in neighbouring states, said the agency. The agency managed to identify 42 solvers, they said.
Hitachi HDD was seized from Nitin Mohindra's office on 18 July 2013. The disk which was installed in his computer was purchased by Vyapam.
As per the CFSL report, the disk was last accessed on July 15, 2013, which is three days before it was seized from Nithin Mohindra, the then principal system analyst of Vyapam.
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