58-year-old Ajay Kumar Khare, a senior Intelligence Bureau inspector who was involved in the investigation of the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, was killed on Sunday evening when a speeding car hit him in Trilanga area, said the police on Monday. The accused car driver fled the scene after the accident and investigation are still on to nab him.
Khare was riding his scooter on his way to visit his under-construction house in Akriti Retreat Township at Kolar Road. Officials from Shahapura police station told The Asian Age, “A black car hit the scooter he was riding from the rear and dragged him for a few metres. He sustained grievous injuries to his head and several parts of the body and died on the spot.” A passer-by rushed Khare to nearby Kolar Community Health Centre, where the doctors pronounced him dead.
However, the incident was informed to police headquarters was much delayed. A police officer said that the reason for the delay is also being probed.
He was investigating into undisclosed information related to the probe. Doctor Anand Rai, Whistleblower – Vyapam Scam, tweeted when a govt & its ppl are involved, they can go to any limit to cover it up
The Logical Indian is of the opinion that it is not a mere coincidence that the people associated with Vyapam Scam are being killed. A few months back, the probe was taken over by CBI, but still the culprits are not nabbed but people are being killed.