He was given a tour of the campuses and was also brought face to face with teachers and officials of the institutions, whose statements were also recorded, police said. These included teachers who taught the 1987-88 batch and also some students who passed out that year, the same year he claimed to have passed BSc.

Tomar would be taken to Bishwanath Singh Institute of Legal Study College at Munger and Bhagalpur-based Tilka Majhi University, to which the college is affiliated.
"Physical verification of his law degree will be conducted in his presence," a top Delhi Police official said in the national capital.
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.
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. The possibility of an organised racket behind the alleged fake degrees is being probed, Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi said yesterday.

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