MBBS graduate duped of Rs 52 lakh in Gurugram | Gurgaon Information


GURUGRAM: An MBBS graduate was allegedly duped of Rs 52 lakh in Gurugram on the pretext of admission in a medical school in Kolkata to pursue a grasp’s diploma, police mentioned.
Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his grievance alleged that he obtained a textual content message on his telephone providing admission at KPS medical school and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they mentioned.
When he known as on the given quantity, one Satish Malik replied and requested Vats to share his paperwork on WhatsApp and afterward e-mail, they mentioned.
On March 13, Malik requested him for a requirement draft (DD) of Rs 23 lakh within the identify of the medical school, nevertheless, Vats despatched a DD of Rs 8 lakh.
After three days when Vats visited the school in Kolkata, Malik launched him to a few individuals who returned his DD and advised him to present Rs 50 lakh to at least one Dr N P Dutta for admission underneath administration quota, Vats mentioned in his grievance.
He mentioned Dutta got here to Gurugram on March 19 and took the cash from him and gave an allotment letter which was later discovered to be faux.
Vats additionally mentioned that he additionally deposited Rs 2 lakh as registration charge within the account of 1 Budh Singh.
The physician approached police after all of the accused switched off their telephones and the school confirmed that his allotment letter was faux, police mentioned.
A particular inquiry was carried out by the Financial Offence Wing (EOW) of police and located the allegations to be true, they mentioned.
An FIR was registered in opposition to 5 individuals at sector 9 police station underneath sections of Indian Penal Code pertaining to dishonest, forgery and prison conspiracy.
“We’re investigating the matter and making an attempt to nab the accused,” SHO of sector 9 police station Manoj Kumar mentioned.


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