In Noida, nowadays admission in medical colleges for MBBS has become a business for miscreants as it is evident from various state reports. Uncontrolled duping medical aspirants under the pretext of arranging MBBS.
In yet another case of fraud, two men which include a dropout from the renowned King George’s Medical University; have been arrested on account of duping MBBS aspirants by promising them admission in medical colleges. The pair was openly running an office in the Noida city as an agency to provide MBBS admissions.
Moreover, while searching their houses, the police officials found some documents related to the apex Medical Council of India (MCI).
On 1st April the duo was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh Police, i.e. Special Task Force. PTI reports that the Noida unit of the STF arrested the accused, identified as Sapan Taneja, a dropout of KGMU and a native of Faridabad, and Saurabh Upadhyay from Lakhimpur Kheri with the help of the local police.
They were cheating on the peoples for the last four to five years. They had also set up an office in Noida at Sector 18, which was informed by a senior official.
“They made about Rs 64 lakh by duping gullible aspirants in the name of getting them admission for MBBS under central pool quota,” Deputy Superintendent of Police, STF, Rajkumar Mishra informed PTI.
Rs 1.04 lakh in cash, records and details of several candidates, documents related to the Medical Council India (MCI), OMR sheets and other items were seized, he added in the information.
Meanwhile, a case has been registered against the duo at Lakhimpur Kheri, and further probe was underway, Mishra said, adding the pair already has instances of fraud and related offences recorded against them at Lucknow’s PGI police station and in Lakhimpur Kheri.
BEST OF LUCK!!!
Disclaimer: If you have found any inappropriate or wrong information/data on the site, inform us by emailing at mail[@]edufever.com for rectification/deletion/updating of the same.