FIR filed against three clerks, they go missing
Shelar’s wife said she was staying alone since Shelar left on Friday and said she was not aware of his whereabouts and refused to share his contact number.
While the allegation are being made that someone in the know of committee recommendations might have alerted the trio, prompting them to flee, the Vice-Chancellor denied the charge. “It can’t be said that we alerted them. People knew about the report and its content as it was published in the media. I never spoke about the content of the report... Awasthi (probe committee chairman) spoke to media. If they have disappeared, it’s the job of the police to find them,” said Gade.
“We got the report on December 13 and from next day we started the process of registering complaint with the police. We also sent the suspension letter to their homes in the evening, but by then they were already gone,” said Gade.
No delay in filing FIR, says V-C
While the Chatuhshrungi police station registered an FIR against the three accused on Monday, Vice-Chancellor W N Gade maintained that there was no delay in filing a case on part of the university. The case came to light two months ago on October 6 when the Cantonment Police was investigating a dummy students’ racket case in Poona College. Gade said he was quick to form a probe panel when the
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