New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday carried out raids at multiple locations in the national capital and Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad in a cheating case of a Meerut medical college. Also Read - 4 Flights to/From Delhi Airport Delayed, 1 Cancelled Due to Dense Fog & Zero Visibility

A senior CBI official told IANS, “Multiple teams of the Central Bureau of Investigation agency is carrying out searches at four places in Delhi and one location in Ghaziabad. Also Read - Dense Fog Engulfs Delhi-NCR; Trains, Flight Operations Likely to be Affected

“These are residential and office premises of the accused.” The official said that the raids were carried out at the residence of private persons — Rakesh Tiwari, Raj Kumar Gupta, Vipon Agarwal and others. Also Read - Delhi Shocker: 13-Year-Old Boy Forced to Have Sex Change, Raped by 6 Men For Years, Case Filed

The agency has recovered several incriminating documents, the official said.

He claimed that the three accused hatched a conspiracy to take advantage of Sudhir Giri, Chairman of the Venkteshwara Medical College in Meerut, who is being probed by the CBI in a case registered in 2017.

The CBI has booked the three named and other unknown accused persons for criminal conspiracy and cheating.

(With agency inputs)