BHOPAL : The Special Task Force (STF), on Tuesday, filed supplementary challan of 380 pages against suspended DIG RK Shivhare and three others in Pre-PG Medical Admission 2012 fraud. Examination was held on March 11, 2012 and results were out on March 17, 2012. The main challan of 1700 pages were against 17 accused and it was filed on February 21, 2014.
The other three whose name figured in the supplementary challan include Dr Alok Mehta (Mandsaur), Dr Ayush Mehta (Mandsaur) and Ramprakash Thakur (Vyapam officer).
DIG RK Shivhare paid Rs 50 lakh to principal system analyst of Vyapam Nitin Mahindra for selection of his daughter Neha Shivhare and son-in-law Anand Gupta. Dr Alok Mehta paid Rs 75 lakh to Pradeep Raghuvanshi, manager of Bhandari Hospital, for selection of his son Dr Ayush Mehta.
Ramprakash Thakur, who was posted in Vyapam, paid Rs 25 lakh to Nitin Mahindra who made arrangements at E-3-297-A Arera Colony for providing model answers to his son-in-law Raghvendra Singh Thakur.
According to Ayush Mehta’s memorandum, which he had refused to sign, Ayush got admission in MBBS in 2005 and completed MBBS in 2010. He completed his internship in People’s Medical College in 2011. Alok Mehta, father of Ayush Mehta, paid Rs 75 lakh to Pradeep Raghuvanshi.
Aysh said, “My father Alok Mehta told me to meet Pradeep Raghuvanshi and I met him who made the arrangement for me. I and others like Anurag Jain, Sanni Khanuja, Samir Mandloi, Somesh Maheshwari and Abhijeet Khanuja came to Bhopal and in Safari we drove to Mandideep based factory where were provided model answers and then were dropped at Habibganj from where we left for examination centre. My father Dr Alok Mehta had struck deal for Rs 75 lakh and some of it was paid in advance to Pradeep Raghuvanshi”. All these students were named in main challan.
Neha and Ajay were toppers in the 2012 Pre- PG medical test, scoring 7th and 5th position in the list, respectively. Neha completed her MBBS from SAIMS and was undergoing her masters in obstetrics and gynaecology from GRMC, Gwalior. Ajay completed his MBBS from Guwahati and was pursing masters in orthopaedics from GMC, Bhopal.
Other whose names were named in main challan include Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Science ( SAIMS) chairman Vinod Bhandari and College GM Pradeep Raghuvanshi, former controller of Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board ( MPPEB) Pankaj Trivedi, system analyst Nitin Mahindra.