Promise of Medical Seat at Rajasthan Medical College: Man duped of Rs 11 lakh
Udaipur: Two fraudsters in Udaipur have been booked by the local police for allegedly duping a man of Rs 11 lakh under the pretext of providing a medical seat to his daughter in a city-based medical college.
According to a recent media report, a man from Jhunjhunu came across two miscreants, identified as one Ramesh Chowdhary and one Suresh, who had convinced him that they would arrange a seat for his daughter at Udaipur’s medical college for which they demanded Rs 11 lakh.
The fraudsters asked the man to come outside the Lake City Mall for the payment in cash.
When his daughter did not get any information from the medical college about the admission, he contacted the duo. Neither the money was returned nor his daughter got admission, reports the Udaipur Times.
Subsequently, the father filed a complaint against the duo at Bhuplapura police station.
The police team is investigating the matter regarding how the fraudsters were associated with the Medical College and the grounds on which they claimed admission in the medical college.
The Medical dialogues team reported a similar case where two fraudsters in Tamil Nadu also history-sheeters, were booked on the basis of the complaints filed by the parents of two MBBS aspirants in two separate cases for allegedly duping Rs 50 lakh collectively from them under the promise of a medical seat.
Earlier, two men, including a dropout from the renowned King George’s Medical University; were arrested on account of duping MBBS aspirants by promising them admission in medical colleges. The duo was openly running an office in the Noida city as an agency to provide MBBS admissions.