Man duped of Rs 28.81 lakh on pretext of admission

ST Correspondent
Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Officials of the Bharti Vidyapeeth police station have lodged a case against two persons for allegedly cheating a 47-year-old man to the tune of Rs 28.81 lakh on the pretext of offering admissions to his relatives for MBBS and BAMS courses at a reputed medical college. 

Pune: Officials of the Bharti Vidyapeeth police station have lodged a case against two persons for allegedly cheating a 47-year-old man to the tune of Rs 28.81 lakh on the pretext of offering admissions to his relatives for MBBS and BAMS courses at a reputed medical college. 

As per the complaint filed by the victim, his daughter was looking for admission to MBBS course in 2016. The victim’s brother-in-law told him that even he is looking for his son’s admission and he knows a person who can be of help. Following this, the  two victims  paid the amount to two persons. However the fraudsters failed to secure the admissions. After the accused persons failed to return the money, the victim chose to lodge a case.

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