BHOPAL: Special Task Force, probing Vyapam scam related complaint, has registered two FIRs against the doctors who deceitfully secured admissions in medical colleges of the state via fake domicile certificates on Friday.
The two procured fake certificates to establish domiciles of Tyothar tehsil of Rewa district. With this the number of FIRs registered by the Madhya Pradesh Police’s Special Task Force (MPSTF) has gone to 15.
ADG STF, Ashok Awasthi said FIR has been registered against Dr Manish Pandey, a resident of Gorakhpur and Dr Vikas Singh, a resident of Chitrakoot for appearing in the qualifying examination (MPPMT) against the seats reserved for MP domicile candidates using fake certificates.
Pandey procured fake domicile certificate from Tyothar tehsil of Rewa and appeared in 2009 medical entrance organised by the Vyapam. After qualifying the exam took admission in Gandhi Medical College Bhopal and completed his MBBS degree.
Dr Singh, a resident of Chitrakoot (Uttar Pradesh) too cleared exam 2009 and got his fake domicile certificate from Tyothar tehsil. He got his MBBS degree from Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal. Though their present location is untraceable, but the STF is looking for them and would soon arrest them, said ADG.