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Police on Friday arrested two miscreants of an inter-state gang who cheated students of crores of rupees in the name of getting admission in MBBS to students who failed in NEET exam.
Police on Friday arrested two miscreants of an interstate gang who cheated students of crores of rupees in the name of getting admission in MBBS to students who failed in NEET exam. These miscreants used to collect information about students who failed in NEET through internet. Police have recovered SIM card, debit card, fake Aadhaar card, mobile phone and car of the mobile phone used in the incident from them.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (First Zone) Harish Chander said that a girl Darshika, a resident of Lucknow, lodged a report at the Sector-126 police station a few days back that some people cheated her of about Rs 13 lakh in the name of getting admission in MBBS.
He said that after registering the incident report, the police started investigating the matter. On the basis of an information, the police arrested Deepak, a resident of Bihar and Rajesh, a resident of Azamgarh, involved in this gang today. He told that one of his associates Yash Chaturvedi is absconding. The police is searching for him.
The DCP said that during the investigation, the police have come to know that apart from Noida, these miscreants have cheated people by opening offices in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar, Lucknow, Kanpur. He told that during interrogation, the police came to know that these accused had worked in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi. Many students living in different states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar have been cheated of crores of rupees.
He told that investigation has revealed that these people used to get the data of students who failed in NEET exam through internet and by contacting them, they trap them in the name of getting admission in government or private medical colleges. were.
Meanwhile, unknown cyber thugs cheated a professor teaching in an institute located in Sector-62 of Noida to the tune of seven lakh 64 thousand rupees.
Inspector-in-charge of Sector-58 police station Vivek Trivedi said that Kaushik Bhattacharya, who worked as a professor in IIM, had searched the number online to transfer his provident fund account from Mumbai to Noida.
Bhattacharya told that after this a person approached him. He cheated them of Rs 7 lakh 64 thousand by trapping them in his words. He told that the police is investigating the matter by registering a report of the incident.