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EX-Visva Bharati VC, registrar declared guilty in forgery case

IANS | Kolkata | Updated: 20-02-2019 20:36 IST | Created: 20-02-2019 20:36 IST

EX-Visva Bharati VC, registrar declared guilty in forgery case
Former Vice-Chancellor Dilip Kumar Sinha, ex-registrar Dilip Kumar Mukherjee and an one-time woman professor of the Visva Bharati University, set up by Rabindranath Tagore, were pronounced guilty in a case of conspiracy and forgery by a lower court in the Birbhum district on Wednesday.

The quantum of punishment will be announced by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, Bolpur, on Thursday.

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