Dr Anand Rai says his battle has cost him an extraordinary deal. However, the fight is a long way from being done.
Anand Rai, a doctor based from Indore who brushed the top off the Vyapam scam, initially detected something was wrong in 1993.
He had come Indore as an inspiring doctor from village, Mahendragaon, in the Harda area of Madhya Pradesh to show up for the pre-medical test, or PMT.
The entrance exam was being led by Vyapam.
Rai was charmed with the zoology question paper in which he had exceeded expectations. Be that as it may, his satisfaction was fleeting.
News broke out that the paper was leaked in Gwalior. Bothered yet resolved to look for equity, he and some kindred competitors challenged and the exam was held over again.
In 2005, while seeking after a post-graduation course in medical science, he says he found that a percentage of the understudies, who had figured among the main ten in the placement test, scarcely had any learning of the subject.
Every one of them originated from princely families and lived in a typical square of the school inn, he says. He didn’t raise the make a difference then on the grounds that, he says, he was their lesser.
After four years, in 2009, he again noticed a rodent. Some PMT papers, he learnt, spoke the truth to be leaked. It was similar to a rerun of the exam he had taken in 1993.
He says that he instantly tipped off the Indore wrongdoing branch. A case was enrolled. Later, he recorded dissentions in comparative cases, charging that impersonators were originating from different states and showing up in PMT for the benefit of hopefuls.
He, alongside Paras Saklecha, then the MLA from Ratlam, raised the issue, and in December 2009 Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan set up an advisory group to investigate the matter.
By 2012, Rai and Saklecha ordered the names of the impersonators through the Right to Information Act or by looking for answers in the state gathering.
All impersonators purportedly uncovered that they chipped away at sake of Jagdish Sagar, the doctor who is the claimed driving force of the scam.
Rai, who is an ophthalmologist, has blamed the state government for attempting to quiet the informants.
His battle, he says, has cost him an extraordinary arrangement.
Rai, whose wife is additionally a doctor, says other than his own particular security, he fears for his gang. He likewise says that he doesn’t discount the likelihood of harming in the passings of Narendra Singh Tomar, a charged in the scam, and columnist Akshay Singh.
More than 30 passings have been professedly connected to the outrage.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court moved the examination concerning the scam to the Central Bureau of Investigation.
The Vyapam scam is not by any means the only issue Rai has raised. He has additionally attracted regard for the asserted abnormalities in medication trials in Indore.
As per reports, subsequent to 2005, Rai has documented more than 1,000 RTI applications, including those concerning the chaos in medication trials. His battle is a long way from being done.