MBBS fraud – Youths duped of Rs 21.64 lakhs
In yet another case of MBBS admission fraud, two youths were duped of Rs 21.64 lakhs under the pretext of admission for the medical course.
Based on a complaint from mother of one of the youths, Vimantal police station under Pune city police has registered an FIR against four persons.
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According to police, the incident took place between May and August this year at the office of Emerge Brain Storm India Pvt Ltd in Viman Nagar. The accused persons used to call boys and girls interested in MBBS course and took money under the pretext of helping them admission. In this case, they took money for MBBS admission in a Karnataka college but the youths didn’t get admission. The accused also didn’t refund their money following which the police complaint was registered.
The case has been filed against Nikhil Kamalkishore Arora (19) of Chhattisgarh, Alok Ranjan, Vinodkumar Gupta, and Amit Bansal. They have been booked for offences under sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code.