RAID: Senior doctor, 2 others arrested for allegedly duping MBBS aspirants to tune of Rs 15 crore
Lucknow: A director (admission) of a medical college, also a senior doctor along with his accomplices have been accused of duping at least 26 lakh medical aspirants to the tune of Rs 15 crores on the pretext of securing MBBS admission. The scam network was spread across Delhi, UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh
The revelation comes following raids conducted by the Special Task Force (SPF) officials at the offices of the accused who have now been placed under arrest.
During the raid, the officials secured an SUV, three laptops, 30 mobile phones, 25 registers with details of money transactions, and documents related to admission in the MBBS/MD courses.
As per a recent media report by the Times of India, the Uttar Pradesh-based senior doctor conspired with the two techies and allegedly hacked into the NEET database to secure the list of unsuccessful medical aspirants.