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Asked for CBI enquiry to dispel people’s doubts: Shrikant Sharma

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BJP leader Shrikant Sharma today defended Madhya Pradesh governmnet’s decision to request the High Court to order a CBI probe into the Vyapam scam, saying that such a decision was required to “dispel doubts from the minds of the public.” Sharma blamed the Congress for trying to dent the government’s image by “politicising” the issue. “With the kind of environment that is being created by the Congress, , there is an attempt to malign our image, so there was a need for such a decision to be taken,” he said. Sharma also added that MP CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan had taken the initiative to investigate the matter and a probe in the Vyapam scam was started on July 7, 2013. Vyapam scam is a massive admission and recruitment scandal involving politicians, bureaucrats and middlemen in Madhya Pradesh. Several politicians, including former education minister Laxmikant Sharma, a host of officials and scores of aspirants have been arrested in the case. The opposition has alleged that nearly 45 people having links with the Vyapam scam have died since the investigation into the scandal began in July 2013. At least five people, including a journalist covering the scam, have died under mysterious circumstances in last one week.

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