Pradeep Prajapati filed a complaint of cheating and siphoning off government money
against Trivedi and three others.
More trouble is brewing for Gujarat University vice-chancellor,
Parimal Trivedi. On 23rd Monday, former GU senate member Pradeep Prajapati filed
a complaint of cheating and siphoning off government money against Trivedi and three
others. The complaint was filed in a special ACB court following which
is additional sessions judge V. K. Shah scheduled a hearing on the matter on January
25th. Trivedi is already in trouble for allegedly hurling casteism in 2008 against
Pankaj Srimali, a teacher at GLS Arts College.
Prajapati in his complaint has accused Trivedi, chief account officer Minesh Shah,
development officer Vaishali Padhiyar and Wilson Print-city Pvt. Ltd. of swindling
crores of rupees. He demanded an inquiry against the three GU office bearers under
CRPC 156 (3). Prajapati alleged that the three misused their office and gave away
printing jobs of exam papers, answer sheets and other materials to Wilson between
2007 and 2011, which caused the exchequer a loss of
Courtesy: Times of India