On early October 15,The body of retired Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer Vijay Bahadur was found on a railway track in Jharsuguda, Odisha on Friday. A retired bureaucrat who was an eyewitness for two recruitment tests in the Vyapam trick was discovered dead in Odisha, turning out the mysterious deaths of a few people connected to the scandal. The body’s recuperation restored memories of the death of medicinal student Namrata Damor, whose body was likewise recouped on railway tracks close Ujjain more than 150 km from her home in Jhabua in January 2012.
Government Railway Police (GRP) authorities in Jharsuguda said Bahadur was coming back to Bhopal from Puri by the Puri-Jodhpur Express with his wife Nita Singh subsequent to going to a reunion of 1978 batch IFS officers. Prior this month, the Supreme Court had watched that mysterious deaths related with the Vyapam scam has all of a sudden halted after the case was transferred to the CBI. Other than all cases related with the scam, including equip of recruitment examinations and entrance tests to professional medicinal colleges held around 2004 and 2012, the CBI is additionally probing many mysterious deaths connected to the scam.
Jharsuguda GRP, Deputy superintendent of police, Dilip Bag said that by all appearances Bahadur death was likely to be fall from the moving train. However we are anticipating after postmortem report and further investigation would be founded on that. Inquiry officer of the case Kuldip Patel said Nita Singh brought up questions over the open door of the AC compartment and the absence of a coach attendant. She said that Bahadur had gone to close the open door and did not return. Giving incident details Patel said Nita Singh reported about her husband disappearing to the TTE of the train close Raigarh station, around 70 km from Jharsuguda.