Post a pin on Google Maps so that the CBI agent knows where you are: court to accused on bail
This makes it possibly the first such order in CBI cases.
Posted on 11.16.21, 11:58 AM
Share your position with the CBI investigative officer by dropping a “Google Maps pin” on your phone within seven days of being released on bail, a special court has heard a defendant in the JEE manipulation case (Main ), making it perhaps the first such order in CBI cases.
The special court accepted the bail application of Ajinkya Narhari Patil, an employee of the Pune office of Affinity Education Pvt. Ltd. which would have attracted aspiring applicants by promising them to organize their admission to engineering courses through the JEE (Main) for a fee.
The CBI, which dismantled the racketeering on September 2 this year, alleged that the accused owners and officers of Affinity Education compromised the joint (main) entrance exam by resolving questions through remote access and sometimes by providing answers to applicants who purchased their illicit services.
The central investigative agency alleged that the defendants bribed the supervisors of some examination centers in the National Capital Region (NCR), enlisting them in a conspiracy to provide unfair means to aspiring candidates to obtain their admission to reputable engineering establishments for huge payments.
Patil “knowingly” made phone calls to parents and aspiring applicants, prompting them to donate huge sums of money for admission to IITs and NITs using unfair means in the JEE (Main), a alleged the CBI. Patil, who was arrested on September 3, disputed claims that he was a “private employee” of Affinity Education primarily involved in phone calls to students interested in being admitted to medical schools in foreign countries.
The court authorized Patil’s bail against a bond of Rs 50,000, on condition that he shares his phone number with the investigator within seven days of his release on bail. Special Judge Harish Kumar also ordered that her phone number “always remain open at all times by dropping a pin on Google Maps” to ensure her location is available to the investigator.
âCBI has arrested seven people linked to Affinity Education, including its two directors Siddharth Krishna and Vishwambhar Mani Tripathi and four employees Ritik Singh, Anjum Dawoodani, Animesh Kumar Singh and Ajinkya Narhari Patil, officials said. Another person, Ranjit Singh Thakur, was arrested. of Jamshedpur, âthey said.