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Gang Promised Entry in MBBS Admission For Fee of Rs.15- 60L

Today :-New Delh, Feb-: Delhi Police announced on Wednesday the arrest of a key member or a gang running a medical studies racket in which aspirants were falsely promised admission to MBBS courses under the management quota of any institution in India for a fee of Rs 15-60 lakh. The man who was arrested a few days ago has been identified as Sandeep Gupta, a 30-year-old resident of Vasundhra in up. The crime branch is now looking for his associates, among them doctors, MBAs and engineers. Several arrests are likely this week. Apart from the alleged kingpins, two men named Ankush and Rohit, the names of others revealed by Gupta include Abhishek Patel alias Varun Kelker and Amit Sinha (both BTech graduates), Bhaskar (a BAMS student), Imran Khan and Birender Kumar (MBAs) and Ashok Rawat. Gupta had twice been arrested on similar Charges, in May last year by the Dehradun police and a year earlier by the Varanasi police. JCP (crime) Ravindra Yadav said Gupta’s arrest had exposed just the tip of the iceberg. “Several cases have come to our knowledge of students being duped of lakhs of rupees. Police stations have been informed about Gupta’s arrest, ‘’said Yadav. Yadav said interrogation had revealed that the gang fished out data of medical college aspirants who had failed to clear entrance exams and contacted them. They would then convince the parents that a seat under the management quota could be arranged for the youngsters. “The clients would be taken to a medical college of their choice, where a gang member would impersonate a college official to win their confidence,” Yadac said. “They also got the aspirants to fill up a hostel form. Later a fake confirmation letter for admission would be issued on forged letter pads.” The crime branch began investigating the case when Arvind Tiwari lodged a complaint at Moti Nagar police station in west Delhi. Tiwari said that Gupta offered to secure admission for his daughter in the Agra Medical College on a government nominee seat for Rs15 lakh. However, he did not delivery on the promise despite taking the money. “During investigation, the Police found that the same module had duped one Vinod Magotra from Paschim Vihar area of Rs 30 lakh after telling him they would get his son admitted to the RRMCH Medical College in Bengaluru. The police there had been probing this case too,” DCP (crime) Bhisham Singh said.
By Teennews1 Network Team

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