Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan guarantees a period bound inspection concerning TV Today journalist Akshay Singh.
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The riddle encompassing the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh took another turn on Saturday after a columnist with the TV Today gathering fell sick and passed on at Meghnagar close Jhabua town not long after in the wake of talking the folks of a young lady who was a charged in the scam and had died n suspicious circumstances.
Akshay Singh, who worked for TV Today gathering, approached the folks of Namrata Damor on Saturday. The assemblage of Namrata had been found close to the railroad tracks in Ujjain region in 2012. Her dad, Mehtab Singh Damor, said Mr. Singh and two others went to their home on Saturday evening. After the meeting, as Mr. Singh was holding up outside Mr. Damor’s home, he began foaming at the mouth. He was hurried to the Hospital, however doctors couldn’t resuscitate him.
The TV Today gathering issued an announcement saying it was profoundly disheartened by the inopportune demise of Mr. Singh. “We trust that specialists and law authorization offices have the capacity to build up the reason for Akshay’s demise,” the announcement said. Mr. Singh was declared dead in Hospital close-by Dahod in Gujarat where he was taken to from a clinic in Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh. The after death analysis will be led in Gujarat.
Later, the gathering directed a meeting with Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who guaranteed a period, bound examination concerning Mr. Singh’s passing.
In light of an inquiry, he said that he had no complaint to a CBI investigation into the Vyapam case in the event that it was requested by the courts. Senior Congress head and previous Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh, who was talked with promptly after, said Mr Chouhan ought to take matters into his own particular hands. “In the event that the Chief Minister is fair, he ought to keep in touch with the CBI himself requesting that it assume control over the inspection. There are no requirements,” he said.
No less than 25 denounced/witnesses in the Vyapam scam, an enormous confirmation and enrolment racket including a few civil servants and lawmakers, have passed on in “unnatural” circumstances in this way. The case is as of now being researched by the State police’s exceptional team.