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[h=1]City bar council slaps notice on Tomar, to probe forgery claims[/h]

Spelling more trouble for Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar, the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) has issued notice to him on a complaint alleging that he used forged and fabricated documents to enroll himself as an advocate.

 

 

Honorary secretary Puneet Mittal said the council was holding an independent inquiry due to the seriousness of the allegation. The council has asked Tomar to come up with an explanation by March 20.

 

 

The Delhi High Court had on Friday decided to scrutinise the authenticity of Tomar’s law degree even as the petitioner in the case sought to withdraw his petition that had made similar allegations.

 

 

Mittal said that the BCD initiated the inquiry after it received a complaint from advocate Ripudaman Singh Bhardwaj against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader seeking cancellation of his registration and initiation of criminal proceedings.

 

 

He said the complaint was filed after an RTI query to Dr Ram Manohar Lahia Avadh University, where Tomar had claimed to have obtained an undergraduate degree in science, revealed that it did not have any records of granting any degree to him.

 

 

The RTI reply, a copy of which is with HT, clearly says that Tomar’s degree, marksheet, and roll number are “completely fake”.

 

 

“The Bar is of the view that the allegations are prima facie serious. If Tomar fails to give plausible explanation on the issue, we might also register an FIR. However, future course of action will be taken after his appearance,” Mittal said.

 

 

The complaint received by the Bar said Tomar did not submit his provisional LLB degree nor his attendance certificate while enrolling as an advocate. It said non-submission of requisite documents “show that essential norms as framed by Bar Council of India (BCI) for enrollment purpose have not been complied with”.

 

 

If the allegations are found to be correct, Tomar will not only lose his licence to practice as an advocate but will also face charges of forgery.

 

 

If the degrees and certificates turn out to be fake and if Tomar had submitted the same set of documents with the Election Commission while filing his candidature he may lose his seat too.

 

 

In 2013, the Delhi High Court had said that a false affidavit by a candidate at the time of filing of nomination papers is a ground for setting aside his/her election.

 

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar’s undergraduate degree was fake, an RTI reply has revealed, two days after a Bihar-based university said a provisional certificate he used to enrol as a lawyer was fabricated, causing deep embarrassment to the Aam Aadmi Party.

 

Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University in Faizabad and one of its affiliated institutes, the KS Saket Postgraduate College in Ayodhya, said the minister’s B.Sc. second year marksheet was fake and his degree invalid after a Ghaziabad resident filed a Right to Information query.Read more at;

Delhi law minister Tomar's undergraduate degree was fake: RTI query

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Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar’s undergraduate degree was fake, an RTI reply has revealed, two days after a Bihar-based university said a provisional certificate he used to enrol as a lawyer was fabricated, causing deep embarrassment to the Aam Aadmi Party.

 

Read more at: Delhi law minister Tomar's undergraduate degree fake, reveals RTI query

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Fake degree case: Delhi Law Minister Jitendra Singh Tomar arrested

Delhi Law Minister Jitendra Singh Tomar arrested in alleged fake degree case - The Economic Times

 

 

Delhi Law Minister Jitendra Singh Tomar was today arrested in the alleged fake degree case.

 

Police arrested the Aam Aadmi Party leader from his house this morning and took him to Hauz Khas police station for further questioning.

 

Police sources said he has been arrested in the alleged fake degree case. An FIR was registered against him last night.

 

He has been charged under various IPC sections including 420 (cheating).

 

Singh has also been charged with IPC sections 467 (forgery), 468 (forgery with purpose of cheating) and 120 (B) (criminal conspiracy), the sources said.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar was arrested on Tuesday on charges of allegedly submitting forged law degree while filing his nomination for the assembly polls, in a move that triggered an angry reaction from the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and triggered another bout of confrontation between the Centre and the Arvind Kejriwal government.

 

The AAP government accused lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung of unleashing an "emergency-like situation". Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia told the media that even though the issue of the alleged fake degree is still being examined by a court, about 40 policemen swooped on Tomar's office and took him away as if he is a fugitive.Read more at;

 

http://www.hiustantimends.com/newdelhi/delhi-law-minister-jitender-singh-tomar-arrested-in-fake-degree-case/article1-1356562.aspx

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In India, the law means different things to different people. Film star Salman Khan and AAP leader Jitender Singh Tomar would agree.

Just a few weeks ago, actor Salman Khan was convicted by a Mumbai court in the hit-and-run case and sentenced to five years in jail. But he wasn't under arrest even for a single second because the film star needed time to file an appeal in the high court. Read more at;

Degree row: Tomar a big fake, but Modi sarkar is guilty of a greater crime - Firstpost

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Under immense political pressure in a case involving his educational qualifications, Delhi Law Minister Jitendra Singh Tomar on Tuesday submitted his resignation to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hours after a Delhi court remanded him to four-day police custody. Read more at;

 

Jitendra Singh Tomar resigns, remanded to custody; enraged AAP blames Modi - Firstpost

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New Delhi/Faizabad, June 11

The Delhi Police was today directed to conduct thorough probe into the alleged fake degree case involving Jitender Singh Tomar by a court here which refused to grant interim bail to the AAP leader saying any immediate relief to him will further "complicate" the matter.Read more at;

 

Fake degree case: Court asks Delhi Police to do thorough probe

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The fake degree dent continued to embarrass the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday with former party leader Rajesh Garg accusing MLA Vishesh Ravi of having a fake degree.

According to Garg, there is discrepancy in affidavits filed by Karol Bagh MLA Vishesh Ravi in 2013 and 2014. While the AAP MLA listed himself as a graduate in 2013, he mentioned in his 2014 affidavit that he had studied only till 10th standard.Read more at;

 

Now, former AAP leader accuses another MLA of procuring fake degree - IBNLive

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AAP leader Jitendra Singh Tomar passing law examination confirmed

 

Aaam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Jitender Singh Tomar, who quit as Delhi Law Minister after being arrested on charges of furnishing false degrees, was today confirmed to have passed law examination in 1998-99 from a Bihar college.

 

 

AAP leader Jitendra Singh Tomar passing law examination confirmed | The Financial Express

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