A Delhi Police team took Tomar to Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh and examined documents at the Awadh University Registrar's office and the Saket Degree college and took them in sealed cover. Tomar was later taken to Munger in Bihar.     

Stating its willingness to cooperate with the ongoing probe into the case, the University stood by its earlier stand, saying Tomar's BSc degree was a forged one.

Tomar, who quit as Delhi Law Minister after his arrest on Tuesday, claims to have done his BSc from Awadh University.
In Lucknow, Tomar on way to Faizabad maintained that the allegations against him were false and accused the Centre of a 'conspiracy'.

"My degree is absolutely genuine. It is a conspiracy by BJP and the Central government. Yes, They are not letting AAP government work," he told reporters.

The AAP leader had also claimed to have completed his LLB degree from VNSL Studies, a law college affiliated to Tilak Manjhi Bhagalpur University of Bihar.
49-year-old Tomar, MLA from Delhi's Trinagar constituency and a first-time minister, was remanded in four-day police custody by a Delhi court on Tuesday. He was taken by an ACP-level officer along with seven other personnel to Faizabad.

Delhi Police has claimed that a nearly month-long investigation found that Tomar not only submitted fake science graduation degree and law mark sheets to register with the Bar Council of Delhi but forged a migration certificate also.

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