new Delhi. A big news is coming out about the former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh. Because the discussion of the notorious Professional Examination Board (Vyapam) scam of Madhya Pradesh has started once again. STF has now registered a case on the complaint given by former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijay Singh about 8 years ago. This has once again heated up the politics of the state. The special thing is that the disturbance is only within a camp of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). According to sources, some party leaders have also complained to the top leadership in Delhi.
Let us tell you that this is about the year 2014. A case has been registered against 8 people on the basis of a complaint given by Congress leader Digvijay Singh. The complaint alleged that some BJP leaders were involved in the scam. The complaint filed in late 2022 has made many party leaders uneasy. STF officials ruled out any political controversy and said it was a routine action. Hundreds of complaints which were not investigated by the CBI have been investigated.
According to a report in the same news agency Times of India, the STF registered a case against Prashant Meshram, Ajay Tenger, Krishna Kumar Jaiswal, Anil Chauhan, Hari Krishan Jatav, Shiv Shankar Prasad, Amit Badole and Sulwant Singh Maurya on December 6. Is. He is accused of passing PMT 2008-09 with the help of fake candidates. STF has said that during investigation their signatures were found different and some other evidence has been found. Digvijaya Singh had submitted a list of some students in three categories and alleged that some ministers of the Madhya Pradesh government, senior BJP leaders were involved in the scam for pecuniary gains. In July 2015, the Supreme Court handed over the case from MPSTF to CBI. The CBI had registered 155 cases. CBI does not have any case pending now.