Vyapam scam: CBI court awards 4 years imprisonment to 4 accused
Jabalpur, July 31: The CBI court on Tuesday awarded imprisonment of four years each to 4 accused in Vyapam case of Madhya Pradesh.
The Enforcement Directorate is also probing the case. It has attached assets worth Rs. 13.95 crore in this case till now.
On July 13, the ED filed a charge sheet in the Vyapam scam case and charged alleged mastermind Jagdish Sagar and others under the anti-money laundering law, reported PTI.
The Vyapam scam was an entrance examination, admission & recruitment scam that was unearthed in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh in 2013.
This is ED's first charge sheet in this case and a supplementary complaint could be filed in future as the investigation is continuing,
The scam involved 13 different exams conducted by Vyapam, for selection of medical students and state government employees (including food inspectors, transport constables, police personnel, school teachers, dairy supply officers and forest guards) where the final results were rigged.
(With PTI inputs)