MP: Gwalior SP announces reward on Deepak Yadav's kin
The Gwalior police have announced cash reward for the arrest of two suspects of PMT examination scam. They include alleged scamster Dr Deepak Yadav's father and maternal uncle.india Updated: Nov 07, 2014 20:41 IST
Gwalior superintendent of police (SP) Santosh Kumar Singh has announced reward of Rs 3,000 each for the arrest two suspects of PMT admission scam. They are scam mastermind Dr Deepak Yadav's father and maternal uncle. Deepak Yadav is the son-in-law of DIG Hari Singh Yadav.
SP announced reward on Dr Deepak Yadav's father Kaptan Singh Yadav, maternal uncle Ramnaresh and a middleman Shivkumar Dhakad.
Sources said that police conducted raids at several places to nab the accused. Special investigation team in-charge additional superintendent of police (ASP) Virendra Jain said Kaptan Singh Yadav played suspicious role in providing admission to his two sons Dr Deepak Yadav and Dr Rahul Yadav using dummy candidates in pre-PG and pre-medical test (PMT).
Dr Deepak Yadav had also facilitated admission of his cousin Rishabh Yadav in medical college. Similarly, Dr Sunil Gupta, resident of Bhind, had used dummy candidate in place of his son Pankaj Gupta.
He had settled the deal for Rs 6.5 lakh through Dr Deepak Yadav. Sources said that the court has rejected anticipatory bail plea of Dr Sunil Gupta. Police found that Bhind municipal council accountant Vipin Sharma had given Rs 18 lakh for selection of his daughter Ankita Sharma in PMT. Police also started manhunt to nab Vipin Sharma.