Embezzlement of crores in Rajiv Gandhi University?


The state government has taken strict action in the case of embezzlement of crores of rupees in rajiv gandhi Technological university (RGPV) of Madhya Pradesh. Other financial irregularities have come to light, including sending Rs 19.48 crore to a private bank account and keeping four FD RBLs worth Rs 25 crore each in a private bank by preparing fake documents.

After the order of investigation by cm Mohan Yadav in this matter, RGPV Vice Chancellor Prof. A case has been registered against sunil Kumar, suspended registrar RS Rajput, finance controller Hrishikesh Verma, beneficiary mayank Kumar and Dalit Sangh Sohagpur and four others at gandhi Nagar police station in Bhopal. When chief minister Mohan Yadav returned from lucknow and reached bhopal on sunday, Higher education minister Inder Singh Parmar came to meet him and gave complete information about the RGPV case.

cm ordered investigation

After this, the chief minister has given instructions to remove all the officers of the finance branch of the university and conduct an investigation by a high level committee. Only after this a case has been registered in the police station. According to the information, akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) workers were protesting in the RGPV campus for two days to take action in this matter of financial irregularities. On sunday morning, State Higher education minister Inder Singh Parmar also reached the campus and met the ABVP workers who were protesting.

Made four FDs worth Rs 25 crore each

According to the FIR, FD worth Rs 100 crore of RGPV has been made and deposited in the Pipariya branch of a private bank. The RBL (Private Bank) branch in which the money has been deposited is a very small branch of the bank. But to benefit the bank, the Vice Chancellor and the then Registrar of RGPV prepared fake statements of the bank and made four FDs worth Rs 25 crore each of the university's money and deposited them in the Pipariya branch. Along with this, around Rs 9 crore has also been paid to an NGO through irregularities.

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