NEET: MBBS seat for 75 lakhs, message came on mobile, the game of entrapment started from there

NEET: MBBS seat for 75 lakhs, message came on mobile, the game of entrapment started from there

In Karnataka, a woman from Mysore was defrauded of Rs 10.8 lakh in the name of getting MBBS seat for her son. Police have arrested four people on the complaint of the woman. Among the accused, Nikhil Kumar, Ashish Anand and Ashitosh are from Bihar while another Basant Kumar alias Shailendra is from Jharkhand. All four of them lived in a rented house in Indiranagar. The police have launched a search operation to arrest the mastermind of the gang, Manav Gupta. Police have expressed suspicion that the gang may have been involved in other similar incidents in the past also. Police have recovered 10 mobile phones, five computers, a laptop, Rs 4.5 lakh from their hideout.

According to the news of Times of India, DCP (Central) HT Shekhar said that he is still finding out how many people have been made victims by this gang. He said, ‘We have received records of many students who were seeking admission in medical colleges. We have sealed his office located on Channingham Road.

This case of fraud started when one day in September last, a 42 year old housewife received a message related to MBBS admission on her mobile. It was written in the message that admission is being given on MBBS seat in the medical college by paying a fee of Rs 75 lakh. On September 25, the woman reached the office of the accused mentioned in the message in Channingham and gave them Rs 10.8 lakh in installments. Later the woman came to know about the fraud and lodged a report of fraud at High Ground Police Station.

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65 lakhs cheated for admission in MBBS

In UP too, a big case of fraud in the name of admission in medical college has come to light. Miscreants defrauded a businessman resident of Fatehabad, Agra, of Rs 45 lakh in the name of getting his son admitted in MBBS. The accused also cheated a youth resident of Jaunpur of Rs 20 lakh. The businessman’s son suspected fraud after not finding his name in the medical college admission list. When he contacted the people taking checks in the name of the trust on mobile, they were switched off. The victims approached the police after the action.

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