Last accused nabbed from Gurgaon
The CBI then picked up alleged mastermind, Dr Nishikant, a chemistry doctorate holder who ran a coaching centre, in September, 2010. Investigations revealed that Dr Nishikant had also been part of CBSE flying squads. CBI sources said the accused was adept at forging documents and made identity cards of Nepal and Bhutan and gave them to the students in return for huge amounts ranging between Rs 10 and Rs 15 lakh. The second accused, Mahinder Bajaj, is a dental technician and an old friend of Nishikant. Bajaj, a resident of Hisar, was arrested in October 2010.
The CBI had detected over Rs 1 crore in Nishikantís savings accounts, which were sealed. Even as Yadav, also a Hisar resident, was absconding, the trio were chargesheeted in August 2011.
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