Patna: A public interest litigation was filed in Patna High Court on Wednesday seeking a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into the functioning of mathematician Anand Kumar’s Super 30, which helps underprivileged students crack the entrance test to top engineering colleges.
High court advocate Manibhushan Pratap Sengar has claimed in his petition that Anand shows students of other institutes as his own. The petition also alleges that Anand never releases the list of students before the IIT exam so it cannot be verified that those students who have qualified are the same ones who have studied at Super 30.
Sengar has sought inquiry into the financial activities ,assets and transactions of Super 30 and the Ramanujan Institute of Mathematics at Kumhrar, Patna.
The petition says that Anand has obtained a GST number this year for his institute, which means that his annual income is over Rs 20 lakh and for this reason the income tax department has also been made a party in the case.
“Anand Kumar is fit to be prosecuted for forgery with the students and he has indulged in illegal economic affairs in interest of his personal benefits,” the petition claims.
Courtesy: The Telegraph