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Supreme Court Monitored CBI Enquiry Now Must in #Vyapam Scam

Mysterious Unnatural Deaths During SIT Probe including of Journalist Akshay Singh


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister has been continuously avoiding pleadings for a Supreme Court monitored CBI enquiry into infamous Vyapam scam having till now taken 45 unnatural and mysterious deaths during the course of enquiry by a Special Investigating Team (SIT) with more and more being added now including even of a young journalist Akshay Singh having gone to Jhabua (MP) for the investigating news-story on the big scam involving hi-fi politicians and others.

Shivraj Singh Chauhan is insisting that order for the CBI enquiry should come from Supreme Court or Jabalpur High Court. Since SIT was formed on directions of Jabalpur High Court, and deaths are occurring during SIT investigation which itself is also being questioned by many, it is for Supreme Court to intervene in the matter for a Supreme Court monitored CBI enquiry in Vyapam scam and mysterious unnatural deaths during SIT investigation including that of journalist Akshay Singh so as to avoid regular such mysterious deaths. It is indeed unfortunate that state-government is not at his own writing to Union Home Ministry or approaching courts for a Supreme Court monitored CBI enquiry in Vyapam scam and mysterious deaths occurred during SIT investigation. Shivraj Singh Chahan government has lost all its creditability in the matter with insensitive Home Minister Babulal Gaur in his ministry who terms even unnatural and mysterious deaths as usual feature! What more BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya standing right next to Shivraj Chauhan and assigned to respond to media-queries on Akshay Singh mockingly laughed off serious matter.

Rather after death of journalist Akshay Singh, even Broadcast Editors Association (BEA) of India and News Broadcasters Association of India (NBA) can approach Supreme Court with a plea of Supreme Court monitored CBI enquiry in the Vyapam scam and mysterious deaths during SIT probe including of journalist Akshay Singh.


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