For Masters Admission, How A Gurugram Graduate Was Cheated Of ₹ 52 Lakh

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Publish Date : 2022-05-26 00:00:00


For Masters Admission, How A Gurugram Graduate Was Cheated Of ₹ 52 Lakh

Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.

Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent a DD of ₹ 8 lakh. After three days when Mr Vats visited the college in Kolkata, Satish Malik introduced him to three people who returned his DD and told him to give ₹ 50 lakh to one Dr N P Dutta for admission under management quota, Mr Vats said in his complaint. He said Dutta came to Gurugram on March 19 and took the money from him and gave an allotment letter which was later found to be fake.Gurugram: An MBBS graduate was allegedly cheated of ₹ 52 lakh here on the pretext of admission in a medical college in Kolkata to pursue a master's degree, police said. Subhanshu Vats, a resident of sector 4, in his complaint alleged that he received a text message on his phone offering admission at KPS medical college and hospital in Jadavpur, Kolkata, they said. When he called on the given number, one Satish Malik replied and asked Mr Vats to share his documents on WhatsApp and later on e-mail, they said. On March 13, Satish Malik asked him for a demand draft (DD) of ₹ 23 lakh in the name of the medical college, however, Vats sent



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