Congress on deaths asked 10 questions with Shiv Raj government

Congress on Monday asked with Shiv Raj government10 questions in connection with the deaths of people linked with Vyapam scam. There is no investigation so far about the suspected death. Congress party demanded the CBI inquiry in observation of supreme court. However, CM, Shiv Raj Singh, said that every death should not be linked with Vyapam scam.
The Vyavsayik Pareeksha Mandal (Vyapam) scam took yet another turn after a trainee woman police official was found dead in a pond in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, on Monday. 
(Shiv Reni) Trainee sub-inspector,  Anamika, on Monday predawn committed suicide. IG (Sagar), PK Khare, in the clarification, said that she was tormented by her husband and  in-laws; took the drastic step. While the sister of deceased said, she was the brave girl she could not commit the suicide.
The trainee Sub-Inspector (SI), Anamika Kushwaha, was recruited through the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board. She was posted as a trainee at the Jawaharlal Nehru Training Centre.
 The disturbing death of Vyapam related people was continuously maintained on Monday.  The death of journalist, Akshay Singh, and the committed suicide of Anamika Kushwaha who had been selected sub-inspector through Vyapam, both turned the issue hot. Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, said, "if the court issues the direction about the probe may be conducted through CBI, the government is ready to follow the court."
Union Minster, Uma Bharti, issued statement in hint on Vyapam scam against Shivraj government.
She expressed the doubt,“The probe in hand of SIT is kidding”, and added, “The loyalist  peoples with her are in danger in Madhya Pradesh.'
He demanded unbiased investigation in the scam. She said she had suggested about the CBI inquiry.

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