Maharashtra: MBBS graduate allegedly duped of Rs 60 lakh by fellow medical students
Maharashtra: An MBBS graduate hailing from Uttar Pradesh has been allegedly duped of a hefty amount of Rs 60 lakh by three youths. The bait given to the student was a seat promised in a master’s course. The seat was offered in a Pimpri-based private medical college.
Piyush Singh is 28-years and has recently filed a police complaint, against his friends. These are three accused in the case, as alleged by Singh.
Singh in his statement to the police implied that one of the accused alleged for his involvement in the case is his senior in the Pimpri based college. After securing his MBBS degree, Singh had plans for pursuing his MS orthopaedic course from the same college. There are 3 accused alleged for their involvement in the case of false promise of securing a seat for Singh in the private medical college; therefore, duping him of Rs 60 lakh. The alleged accused promised Singh on the pretext that they had good contact with the administration of the said medical college.
Further details on the case reveal that, starting from January 2015, Singh and the three accused have been meeting at different hotels. They met many time in Pimpri and Chinchwad for discussing the admissions process. Singh has allegedly paid the amount of Rs 60 lakh; however, the alleged accused did not deliver on their promise.
A TOI report implying that on June 4, a Mumbai-based MBBS doctor, Shayna Patel (26), was duped of Rs 52 lakh. She also allegedly exchanged money with two of her friends, who had earlier pursued MBBS course with her in the same Pimpri based private medical college. Patel was also allegedly duped of the same amount after she filed a complaint with the Bund Garden police. Her two friend were her classmates in the same college for the MBBS course