In what looks like yet another suspected murder in Myapam scam under the BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chauhan ruled Madhya Pradesh, a young trainee sub-inspector Anamika Kushwaha was found dead in a lake on Monday morning.
Kushwaha, whose body was found floating in a lake in MP’s Sagar district, was reported to have been recruited through Vyapam from 2014 batch.
Anamika Kushwaha’s is the third death in Myapam scam in the last 48 hours.
Jantakareporter.com has learnt that Kushwaha hailed from Morena district in Madhya Pradesh and had joined the services in February in this year. A daughter of a police constable, Kushwaha’s body was found at 5 am IST on Monday morning from a pond in Sagar district.
She was in her mid 20s.
Kushwaha’s death follows the mysterious deaths of the dean of Jabalpur’s NS Medical College and Aajtak’s journalist Akshay Singh.
Akshay, who was in MP on a Vyapam related reporting assignment, was found dead in mysterious circumstances on Saturday, while Dr Arun Sharma died in a Delhi’s hotel in equally suspicious manner on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweeted asking the prime minister why he was breaking his silence on Vyapam. His tweet read:
People want Prime Minister to speak and intervene in Vyapam. PM shud no more remain silent.
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) July 6, 2015
The Vyapam Scam involved the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board, which holds exams for positions like medical officers, constables, teachers and auditors for government departments. The candidates allegedly bribed government officials to ensure that they made it to the list of those who cleared the test.
With this death, the number of people found dead related to Vyapam scam has gone up to 47. Only yesterday, an Aajtak journalist Akshay Singh, who had gone to MP to investigate Vyapam, was found dead.