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Police seize Rs 51 lakh from coaching class director's house

Police seized Rs 51 lakh in cash on Friday from the residence of a coaching class director who was arrested in connection with the recent Pre-Medical Test (PMT) scam in the state.

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Updated:August 3, 2013, 12:09 AM IST
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Police seize Rs 51 lakh from coaching class director's house
Police seized Rs 51 lakh in cash on Friday from the residence of a coaching class director who was arrested in connection with the recent Pre-Medical Test (PMT) scam in the state.

Police seized Rs 51 lakh in cash on Friday from the residence of a coaching class director who was arrested in connection with the recent Pre-Medical Test (PMT) scam in the state.

The currency was recovered by Indore police's crime branch team after it arrested Sanjay Gupta recently from Jabalpur in connection with the scam, police sources said.

Besides Gupta, sleuths earlier arrested alleged kingpins of the gang, Jagdish Sagar and three officials of the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) which organises tests for various professional courses and government jobs in the state.

After getting information from Gupta, the police raided his house in Jagdamba Colony and recovered Rs 51 lakh cash from there.

It was suspected that the money was taken from candidates for getting them 'selected' in the medical entrance examination, the police said, adding that it is probing the matter further.

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