BHOPAL: Adding to the string of Vyapam-related passings in the last couple of days, two more passings identified with the confirmation and enrollment trick were accounted for on Monday, taking the toll to 48 and further adding to Madhya Pradesh boss priest Shivraj Singh’s inconveniences.
While the group of SI Anamika Kushwaha, who was enrolled through Vyapam, was found in a lake in Sagar, constable Ramakant Pandey, a suspect in the trick, submitted suicide in Tikamgarh. With Monday’s passings, four individuals who were joined with the trick and its test have kicked the bucket in the most recent 48 hours alone.
In any case, the MP government denied that the passings have any association with the trick. Government representative Narottam Mishra and woodland pastor Gaurishankar Shejwar said Congress is playing legislative issues over dead bodies and connecting each demise to the trick. Mishra said Jabalpur restorative school dignitary Dr Arun Sharma, who kicked the bucket on Sunday, was additionally not included in the trick test.
The collection of 25-year-old Anamika was found in a lake adjoining the Police Training Academy at Sagar. She supposedly bounced into the lake in the morning.
Anamika’s dad Rajlakhan Singh, a constable posted in Morena area, denied that his girl’s demise had anything to do with Vyapam, while her sister said the passing was suspicious, including that Anamika couldn’t submit suicide. “The in-laws of my little girl and her spouse requested cash from my girl, she was pestered,” Rajlakhan told TOI.
In the second occurrence, the assemblage of Ramakant Pandey, 35, was discovered dangling from a roof fan at the exceptional traveler police station in Tikamgarh’s Orchha, where he was posted. Orchha SHO Dilip Singh Yadav said no suicide note was found from the spot. The Tikamgarh SP said Ramakant, a heavy drinker, was discouraged as he was obligation ridden.
Ramakant was addressed by the STF examining the trick a couple of months back after three constables were captured from Chhatarpur for settling the enlistment exams for constables.