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Delhi Police probing case of Rs 50 lakh asked for MBBS admission in Safdarjung Hospital associated medical college

New Delhi: The Delhi Police are reportedly probing into a complaint of Rs 50 lakh asked for getting a student admitted in MBBS course at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital here under the Nominee of Government of India (NGOI) quota.

A man named Anil Kumar Rathore, who claimed to be from Laxmi Nagar-based JSS International Education Services, had assured Manoj Aggarwal, a homeopathic doctor from Naraina, that he would get Aggarwal’s son admitted in an MBBS course at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College under the NGOI quota.

Aggarwal paid the amount for his son’s admission. He was told that the admission would be provided through a Dwarka-resident Dr Virender Kumar, an officer with the Medical Council of India (MCI). But no seat was provided to his son, Aggarwal told the police, reports Deccan Herald.

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  1. Dr. Basavaraj Modi Dr. Basavaraj Modi Monday, April 4, 2016

    Stories like this we are hearing since long. Neither the social activists, nor M.C.I, nor government are bothered. This malpractice is another face of black money making onto circulation.
    Here in Kalaburgi, a medical store owner, who is non graduate, from a middle class family, brother of a surgeon, got medical admission to his daughter by paying 70 lakhs. I doubt whether this man or his surgeon brother arsenic paying income tax & other taxes properly.

    I’ve heard he & his brother have greased the palms of IT peopl

    It seems even IT department is not doing it’s bounden duty properly.

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