New Delhi: CBI will submit a report to the Supreme Court about its probe into the scam in the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), also known by its Hindi acronym Vyapam.
"We will investigate the cases within the manner that has been given to CBI by the Supreme Court. Our job is to investigate and submit our reports to the court and that we will do to the satisfaction of the court," CBI Director Anil Sinha told reporters on the sidelines of annual conference of Chief Vigilance Officers of banks and financial institutions.
He said three more cases were registered today and the agency was aware about the expectations and trust of the people as well as the Supreme Court.
CBI is "conscious of the expectation of the people and we are also equally conscious of the trust that the Supreme Court has put in us.
"I can only say that our investigation will be fool-proof and we will be investigating it with the utmost sincerity and to the best of our capability. We will be leaving no stones unturned on that count," Sinha said.
Congress has been demanding a Supreme Court-monitored probe in the Vyapam scam and the agency has to inform the court by July 24 as to how it will proceed in the scam. The apex court had last week transferred the Vyapam investigations to CBI.
Sinha said a professional team had been constituted to probe the cases arising out of the scam.
The agency has constituted 40-member team headed by Joint Director R P Agarwal to probe the scam.