In Gurgaon, 2 women committed a fraud of Rs 40 lakh by offering medical seats Gurgaon News

GURGAON: Three men have been accused of duping two women of over Rs 40 lakh by promising them admission to an MBBS course in a medical college in West Bengal. Gurgaon Police said on Tuesday.

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The victims of fraud have been identified as Dimple from Churu in Rajasthan and Sakshi from Charkhi Dadri in Haryana, as reported by the police.
In his complaint, Dimple explained that he and Sakshi were preparing for the NEET exam in Sikar, Rajasthan, with full dedication.
Their common goal was to get admission in an MBBS program, and they were actively looking for a suitable college.
According to the police, the two women somehow contacted the Sankalp Employment Office, located in Spacei Tech Tower in Sector 49, Gurgaon, and approached the office for admission.
At the company premises, they encountered Manjeet Singh, Raghveer Singh and Aditya Maurya, allegedly residents of Sector 50, as per details provided in the complaint, as reported by the police.
The three men asserted that they could get admission for women in the Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Medical Science College in Durgapur, West Bengal.

He then demanded a commission of Rs.45.56 lakh and formalized the arrangement through an agreement.
During the execution of the agreement, the victims issued two cheques, each amounting to Rs.6 lakh.
They were directed to visit the college on September 30 to complete the admission process.
“On September 29, before our scheduled visit to the college, he collected Rs 15 lakh from each of us in his office. After receiving the money, he assured us that he would meet us at the college. Will,” victims reported.
“When we reached Durgapur College and inquired with the staff, we were told that no admissions were taking place. Later we returned to Gurgaon and went to the Sankalp office, only to find that it was locked.” . The victims claimed.
Following the complaint, the police registered an FIR under various sections of the Indian Penal Code against the three persons at the Sector 50 police station on Monday.
Inspector Rajesh Kumar, station house officer (SHO) of Sector 50 police station, confirmed that an FIR has been registered, and the investigation into the matter is currently underway.
with agency inputs

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