Lucknow/New Delhi, Dec 6 (IANS) The CBI on Friday carried out searches at seven locations in Lucknow and New Delhi in connection with the probe into irregularities in admissions in a private medical college.
CBI sources said that the agency sleuths also raided the premises of a High Court judge in connection with the case.
The sources said that the searches were carried out after the agency registered a case under several sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act over certain allegations, including bribery, with regard to irregularities related to admissions in the medical college.
They said the searches are being conducted at the residential premises of the accused at Lucknow and Delhi which have led to recovery, as of now, of certain incriminating documents including investments and financial transactions.
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