The Syndicate also recommended action against 14 employees of the University, seven of whom have retired and one died, in connection with acquisition of fake law degree by Tomar.
The Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University (TMBU) Syndicate, the top decision making body of the university, today recommended cancellation of law degree of former Delhi minister Jitendra Singh Tomar.
“The University Syndicate accepted decision of the Examination Board and recommended cancellation of law degree of Aam Aadmi Party MLA and former Delhi minister Jitendra Singh Tomar,” Pro-Vice Chancellor of TMBU A K Rai, told PTI.
The Syndicate recommendations would go to Chancellor of the Universities, who is the Governor of Bihar.
The Syndicate also recommended action against 14 employees of the University, seven of whom have retired and one died, in connection with acquisition of fake law degree by Tomar, Rai said.
Among those whose name has been recommended for action includes lecturer Janardan Yadav and head clerk of Examination department Krishnanad Singh of Biswanath Law College at Munger where the former Delhi minister was falsely registered as a student.
Tomar, who was Law minister in the Arvind Kejriwal government was earlier arrested last year on the charge that degree was fake. He was forced to resign as a minister after the issue hogged national headlines in 2015. Tomar is currently out on bail.
In the probe it was found that the migration certificate of the former Delhi Law Minister was fake.
The controversy relates to the acquisition of Law degree by Tomar on the basis of a doubtful enrollment at Biswanath Law College in the academic session 1994-95. He had claimed to have passed the law examination in 1998-99.