Ganapathi remains a tough nut to crack for DVAC sleuths

Coimbatore: Directorate of vigilance and anti-corruption sleuths, who have taken the custody of suspended vice-chancellor A Ganapathi, are having a difficult time tracing the four cheques amounting to Rs 29 lakh that will help them nail the academician. The agency was granted custody of Ganapathi for four days from February 12.
DVAC sleuths have been interrogating Ganapathi for the past two days to get clues on where the cheque leaves have been hidden. “We can't reveal a lot knowledge on this,” stated an official. But resources stated that Ganapathi has been reluctant to reveal any kind of knowledge. He meets his suggest for part hour on a daily basis and discusses the developments on the case.

In one commentary, he has instructed the DVAC that the cheque leaves had been passed over to his family members and in some statements; he has stated he is aware of nothing about the cheque leaves. “It is evident that he's going to now not reveal or confess to the rest,” stated an official.


But criminal mavens stated that unless the cheque leaves had been discovered, the DVAC will to find it difficult to end up the corruption fees within the court docket. The reason why DVAC used cheque leaves and now not cash is as a result of it's difficult to prepare for this kind of huge sum and also if the cash is seized, it'll be stuck in court docket until the case ends.


The four cheques had been from Bank of India and had been postdated with a sum of 10 lakh, 10 lakh, 5 lakh and 4 lakh each.


On February 3, A Ganapathi and Dharmaraj had been arrested on graft fees when T Suresh lodged a grievance with DVAC who caught them red-handed whilst receiving a bribe of Rs 30 lakh for confirming the probation duration of Suresh as assistant professor. The police custody ends on February 16.


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