Congress for two separate CBI inquiries into Vyapam scam
The Congress on Wednesday pitched for two separate CBI inquiries into theVyapam scam monitored by the Supreme Court - one into the massive scandal itself and another in the mysterious deaths and murders of 49 people. This demand was made by party spokesman R P N Singh who <g data-gr-id="15">targetted</g>
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of “hoodwinking” the people by not even mentioning the probe into the deaths in his communication to the High Court.
He said that two separate inquiries are called for as facts now reveal that 19 year old Namatara <g data-gr-id="17">Damor</g> was killed instead of the “suicide” which the STF claims He told reporters that the way the things are unfolding in the scam, the “only inescapable conclusion is that the continuation of Chouhan as CM even for a single day” will go against any interest of fair investigation and justice.
“Since his continuation as Chief Minister with unbound abilities of favours and fear, will make any investigation meaningless and infructuous”, the Congress demands once again that Chouhan resigns immediately as CM, pending investigation, Singh said.
Detailing the role played by Chouhan, he said it left “no doubt about the CM’s complicity, culpability and collusion” in the Vyapam Scam.
Police’s U-turn on Namrata case; says no review ordered
Making a U-turn in the Namrata <g data-gr-id="32">Damor</g> case related to the Vyapam scam, a senior police officer on Wednesday said the investigation was complete and no review had been ordered in the matter. “No review was ordered in the case as <g data-gr-id="28">investigation</g> is complete and the report has been submitted. No question of any review arises,” Ujjain range Inspector General of Police (IGP) V Madhu Kumar said.