New Delhi, Aug 14 (UNI) A city court today framed charges against Prof Ramesh Chandra former Vice Chancellor of Meerut university, his daughter Seema and his associate D K Aggarwal for cheating and forgery and for offences committed under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
Special CBI Judge V K Maheshwari has ordered the framing of charges against Chandra.
According to CBI, Chandra, the then vice-chancellor of the Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, and his childhood friend Aggarwal had 'dishonestly and fraudulently' entered into a criminal conspiracy to get Seema appointed as an assistant environment engineer in the Delhi Pollution Control Committee.' Aggarwal, the proprietor of an engineering firm, was alleged to have issued a false certificate stating that Seema had three years of work experience.
Chandra headed the Charan Singh University when the CBI registered the case May 2, 2000. He was also associated with Delhi College of Engineering as professor in the department of applied chemistry and polymer technology.
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