Will not spare culprits in RGPV case

  • Chief Minister Dr. Yadav tweets on X
  • Case registered against five people including Vice Chancellor
  • High level committee will investigate the matter

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that a case has been registered against five people including the Vice Chancellor in connection with the alleged financial irregularities of Rajiv Gandhi Technological University. Investigating the matter. Will not spare any culprits.

Dr. Yadav posted on X in this regard, that a case of ongoing financial irregularities in Rajiv Gandhi Technological University has come to my notice.

I have given instructions to immediately register an FIR in this matter and to remove all the officers posted in the finance branch of the university and conduct an investigation by a high level committee. The state government will take strict action against anyone found guilty in this case.

Rs 20 crore deposited in personal accounts

It is noteworthy that Bhopal Police has registered a case late last night against Vice Chancellor Prof. Sunil Kumar, then Registrar RS Rajput, then Finance Controller Hrishikesh Verma, bank officer Mayank Kumar and an NGO Dalit Sangh Sohagpur. It is alleged that with the connivance of the accused, approximately Rs 20 crore of the university’s money was transferred to personal accounts. On the other hand, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad workers were on strike for the last few days alleging corruption. Yesterday Higher Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar Had also visited, after which more rapid action was taken in this matter.

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