Selon le Times of India…DU professor held in Mauritius



NEW DELHI: In a major embarrassment to India, Delhi University professor Ashok Kumar Bakshi who was till February-end director of Mauritius Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) was arrested on Thursday from Plaisance airport while leaving for India.

Sources in TEC said a case of “arrest on departure” was lodged against Bakshi. A senior TEC official said the immediate reason for his arrest is that he attended office for three days even after the Mauritian Parliament was informed that his contract had not been renewed.

It is alleged that he got some documents destroyed as well as scanned few sensitive ones. Sources said investigations are on against him for not adhering to two decisions of the TEC board and also illegally withdrawing accreditation of one institute. Bakshi is alleged to have helped few illegal Indian institutions to run their campus in Mauritius.

Bakshi took up the job in Mauritius in October 2013 and was instrumental in getting a controversial MoU signed with Association of Indian Universities.

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