Police in Pune has launched a probe into six complaints alleging that oldsters of scholars aspiring to get into medical schools alleged that they had been duped of a complete of Rs 1.31 crore by two individuals after promising to get their wards admitted by the administration quota. Police are probing if any extra individuals have been cheated in the identical method.
An FIR has been registered at Pune’s Chatushrungi police station towards two individuals who had opened an workplace within the Baner Road space. Between September and December final 12 months, these two individuals are believed to have cheated a number of individuals, promising them admission to medical schools in return of huge sums of cash.
An officer from the police station mentioned that six separate complaints had been lately acquired from dad and mom who’re from Pune, Panvel and Kolhapur. The two suspects advised these people who that they had contacts in varied medical schools in Maharashtra and took cash from dad and mom starting from Rs 10 lakh to 50 lakh, accumulating a complete sum of Rs 1.31 crore between September and December final 12 months. The dad and mom approached the police after the 2 individuals disappeared and switched off their telephones.
An officer from the police station mentioned, “Preliminary probe into these six complaints reveal that they were cheated by the same two persons. Their phone numbers are switched off and we have reasons to believe that they had given their real names. We are working on some clues to track them down. We will probe how they got information about these parents and whether they have cheated more people in the same manner.”
The FIR has been registered underneath IPC sections pertaining to legal breach of belief and dishonest.