MBBS aspirant cheated of Rs 20 lakh on pretext of admission in Prayagraj medical college
Noida: A medical aspirant has been cheated of Rs 20 lakh by a group of 6 people operating from a Noida-based office who promised to facilitate MBBS admission in a government medical college in Prayagraj.
The victim has been identified as a resident of Shanti Kunj in Lucknow. In her complaint, the victim mentioned that her father received a phone call from a woman who suggested that she can help the aspirant secure a medical admission and gave him the contact of another person. The person met the student's father in an office and convinced him that they can arrange an MBBS seat for his daughter in exchange for Rs 25 Lakhs.
The suspects of this case are allegedly a part of a notorious gang who used to cheat medical aspirants on the pretext of granting them medical admission.
Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that two offenders accused of extorting money from medical aspirants on the pretext of granting MBBS seats had surrendered themselves in courts in Kanpur and Mahoba.
"We are investigating the matter and the suspects on the run will be arrested soon," station house officer, Kumar stated.