New Delhi: The Supreme Court now sought response from a Centre and Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav on a defence seeking his dismissal on a belligerent of his purported impasse in a Vyapam scam, now being probed by CBI.
The defence also seeks a instruction from a peak justice to Ministry of Home Affairs for plan of discipline on dismissal of Governors if they are found to be concerned in hurtful practices while being in office.
A dais comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justices Shiva Kirti Singh and Amitava Roy authorised a acquiescence of comparison disciple Kapil Sibal, appearing for a petitioner, that a notice be issued. The petition has been filed by romantic Sanjay Shukla. Earlier also, a peak justice had concluded to hear another defence seeking dismissal of Yadav from a post of Governor for his purported impasse in a scam. The progressing petition, filed by a organisation of lawyers, had sought dismissal of Yadav and recording of his matter in a case.
The multi-crore rupee veteran hearing fraud in Madhya Pradesh involves several high-profile professionals, politicians and bureaucrats as accused. Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), popularly famous as Vyapam, binds examinations for several posts such as teachers, medical officers, constables and timberland guards.