Vice–Chancellor of Magadh University B.N. Pandey has gone into hiding after a criminal case was slapped on him, charging him of fraudulent conduct, forgery and of intimidating a government auditor examining university accounts.The case can put the man behind bars for 10 years and was made after an inquiry, conducted by Magadh commissioner, found him guilty of threatening a government auditor after the state froze university accounts.
According to the report, an appointment racket was conducted from Pandey’s residence and appointments were made against non-existent posts.
This is not the first time that Pandey has found himself on the wrong side of law. [...]
You really have to read the rest of it for a sense of how 'colourful' this guy has been. And also for a sense of the state of our state universities.