On September 13 last year, the leader of ABVP was elected as the President of DUSU. Just after the result, NSUI reported that he had submitted fake educational certificates leading to disqualification.
In a case of presenting fake mark sheets and certificates, the court has dismissed the bail application of the former DUSU president Ankiv Baisoya. Claiming that his “custodial interrogation was necessary to unearth the racket of making forged and fabricated marksheets/degrees”.
Ankiv Baisoya had secured admission to Delhi University’s MA Buddhist Studies course in July last year and submitted his BA mark sheet from Tamil Nadu’s Thiruvalluvar University (TU) as graduate certificates.
Judge Mohammad Farrukh said, “the investigation in this case is still going on and the applicant/accused is not cooperating in the investigation and has not disclosed the name of the person from whom the said forged and fabricated marksheet was obtained”. In fact the counsel for Delhi Police, Reeta Sharma revealed that Baisoya has not joined the investigation and had asked the court to issue non -bailable warrants against him.
A police officer from Delhi said that Baisoya was accused of entering Daulat Ram College in 2017 and also damaging college property during protests.On the other hand, the investigating officer in the false mark sheet case submitted that Baisoya, “joined the investigation with him, however, he has not disclosed the name of the person through whom he had procured the forged and fabricated mark sheet for which his custodial interrogation is necessary”.
While cancelling Ankiv Baisoya’s bail application, the judge relied on the judgement of Supreme Court, State (CBI) v. Anil Sharma, who held that “success in such interrogation would allude if the suspected person knows that he is well protected and insulated by a pre-arrest bail order during the time he is interrogated. Very often interrogation in such a condition would reduce to a mere ritual”