Dehradun: The CBI, currently investigating the forged  passport case involving Acharya Balkrishna, in a  charge-sheet filed in  a local court has said that Balakrishna had cleared the exams of Class-VI , Class-XII and Class-VIII during a span of only 2  years.

It is said that he cleared these exams from Shrimad Dayanand Vedarshi College Board (Gautam Nagar New Delhi). During the CBI probe it was revealed that he had cleared these exams on the basis of forged documents. What is most strange that some pages containing this information were found missing from the college register. Top investigating agency has initiated probe against the college authorities.

More startling disclosures are expected in the case and some more names are expected to come to the fore in the entire episode. Educational record given by CBI shows that Balakrishna took admission in Class-VI in Srimad Dayanand Vedarshi college, Gautam Nagar in Class-VI, but bunked his education in the year 1988 after passing Class-VIII exam.

As per two certificates issued by Shri Radha Krishna College, Balakrishna cleared his high school in year 1991 while he obtained a Degree in year 1996. During its probe, CBI found his records totally forged. It was detected that Balakrishna’s roll number was added in the register of the college after omitting the name of a girl candidate and record also found to be torn.

Interestingly, the register has also been recovered by the college authorities. The CBI came to know during its investigation that Balakrishna was not provided records of Intermediate by the college.


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