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CBI searches residences of retired Vyapam officials

CBI searches residences of retired Vyapam officials

| | 31 Jan 2016, 11:47 am
New Delhi, Jan 31 (IBNS) CBI on Saturday carried out searches across Madhya Pradesh at seven residential premises of former supervisors of Vyapam examinations who had allegedly tampered answer sheets of some candidates, reports said.
The searches were carried out in different places of Madhya Pradesh.
The searches were related to cases pertaining to the Transport Constable Recruitment Examination, 2012 and the Pre-Medical Test, 2012. All  these supervisors, now retired, had reportedly played a role in tampering OMR answer sheets of some candidates to ensure they cleared the examinations.
Searches were also conducted at the premise of a candidate in the Police Constable Recruitment Examination, 2012 at Jawra in Morena district. Documents recovered during the searches were being scrutinised.
There had been massive irregularities in recruitment examinations conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board or Vyapam and CBI has been entrusted to probe the matter.

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