9. Anuj Pandey
10. Vikram Singh
11. Arvind Shakya
12. Kuldeep Maravi
13. Anantram Tagore
14. Ashutosh Tiwari
15. Gyan Singh (Bhind)
16. Pramod Sharma (Bhind)
17. Vikas Pandey (Allahabad)
18. Vikas Thakur (Barwani)
19. Shyamveer Singh Yadav
20. Aditya Chaudhary
21. Deepak Jain (Shivpuri)
22. Gyan Singh (Gwalior)
23. Brijesh Rajput (Barwani)
24. Narendra Rajput (Jhansi)
25. Anand Singh Yadav (Fatehpur)
26. Anirudh Uikey (Mandla)
27. Lalit Kumar Pashupatinath Jaiswal
28. Ragvendra Singh (Singrauli)
29. Anand Singh (Barwani)
30. Manish Kumar Samadia (Jhansi)
31. Dinesh Jatav
32. Gyan Singh (Sagar)
- Most deaths have occurred in either police custody or while the accused were out on bail.
- While the STF has told the court that the number of unnatural deaths was 23 (excluding the two of Sunday) the state Home minister, Babulal Gaur claimed on Monday that most deaths were 'natural'.
- The head of the SIT had put the deaths since the scam broke at 40. The scam is perhaps of the highest magnitude in the state in terms of arrests made, deaths recorded and money involved - various estimates put the figure at over Rs 2,000 crore.
- The Prime Minister who rode to power on a promise of corruption-free governance has opted to keep quiet on the issue as some RSS functionaries have also been named in the case.
- Estimates vary on the progress the STF has made to uncover the scam so far. While former advocate general of the state Vivek Tankha quotes some to suggest it is 20 percent of the scam, digital forensic expert Prashant Pandey claims only five percent of irregularities have been exposed so far.
- Pandey, a whistleblower in this case, has been given security on the directives of Delhi High Court after he expressed fear for his life from the "high and mighty" in state government and police. Pandey, hails from Indore but has been living in Delhi with his family.
- Strangely, the STF has not announced any inquiry into the 25 unnatural deaths so far. The High Court that is monitoring the investigations has upbraided the STF for delaying the investigations.
- The Vyapam scam involves selection of candidates for and various state services like police, excise, revenue and teachers, between 2007 and 2013 to an estimated 140,000 posts. It also involves thousands of illegal admissions in graduate and post-graduate medical and dental colleges.
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DG Vanzara's letter - Times of India (2013)