Two Persons Booked For Taking Rs 32 Lakh For MBBS Admission At Private Medical College In Pune

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Pune, 28th May 2022: Pune city police have booked two persons for allegedly duping two parents of Rs 32 lakh under pretext of helping their children get MBBS course admissions at Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical College, Dhankawadi.

Accused have been identified as Dnyaneshwar Patil, a resident of Ambegaon Pathar and Snehal Pawar, a resident of Kundal in Palus taluka of Sangli district, Maharashtra.

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A 44-year-old woman from Rajgurunagar has lodged a complaint in this regard at Bharti Vidyapeeth Police Station. The incident reportedly occurred between November 14, 2021 and May 5, 2022.

According to the information given by the police, Pawar had claimed to be the relative of late Patangrao Kadam, the founder of Bharati Vidyapeeth. He told the complainant that he provides admission at Bharati University Medical College and other places under the management quota. He demanded Rs 14.5 lakh for MBBS admission and took Rs seven lakh advance but did not provide the admission. He had also taken Rs 25 lakh from another parent.

The accused had also refused to refund the amount following which the FIR was registered. Police are further investigating the case.