Last accused nabbed from Gurgaon
He was produced in a court here on Monday and has been sent to seven days in police custody. Yadav, along with Dr Nishikant and Mahinder Bajaj, had allegedly planned the entire scheme to get eleven students admitted in the engineering college on the basis of forged documents.
“Kishore Yadav was declared proclaimed offender by the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate. The seven days remand has been taken specifically to understand the modus operandi of the accused. Also, if there are any documents and articles in possession of the accused which can be of help in investigating the case,” counsel for CBI, Manmohan Sharma, said.
A CBI source said teams had been sent to Haryana and neighbouring regions to nab Yadav after a court had declared him a proclaimed offender. “ On Sunday we had a hunch that be in Gurgaon, from where he was arrested,” the source added.
The case dates back to September 8, 2010, when the premier investigating agency registered a case of forgery against 11 students of Punjab Engineering College, who had allegedly taken admission through forged Nepalese identification cards under a college scheme meant for foreign students and non
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