NEW DELHI: The CBI on Tuesday submitted its chargesheet in the Vyapam rip-off scenario and pretty much turned down allegations that computer system challenging discs seized from an accused purportedly carrying reference of the letters “CM” have been tampered.
The agency in its chargesheet submitted right before a particular CBI courtroom said that the forensic analysis of the challenging disc drives seized from Nitin Mohindra, an official at Madhya Pradesh Qualified Evaluation Board, by the Madhya Pradesh Police has revealed that no data files having letters “CM” had been saved in them.
It turned down the allegations of tampering of the challenging disc, which was becoming regarded as the important piece of evidence in the multi-crore recruitment rip-off levelled by Congress chief Digvijay Singh and whistle blower Prashant Pandey, CBI resources said.
It said that Pandey experienced also submitted two pen drives — to the Delhi Substantial Court and the CBI — carrying excel sheets to buttress his claim that challenging disc drives seized by Indore Police in 2013 had been tampered to take out 48 circumstances of the “CM” from the information.
The data files carried in the pen drives had been altered subsequently, the demand sheet said.
The challenging disc was seized by Indore police and later on handed in excess of to the CBI for forensic examination in 2015 next a Supreme Court buy in this regard, the resources said.
The Vyapam scenario is referred to substantial irregularities in recruitment for different Madhya Pradesh government jobs. The CBI has registered numerous FIRs to investigate the scenario.