MBBS, MBA admission racket busted, 8 arrested

KOLKATA: Days after result of NEET, the all-India scientific front assessments, came out, the Survey Park police have arrested eight contributors of an inter-country gang that fleeced scientific aspirants by way of falsely offering admissions to schools in Bengal and Karnataka. The gang also focused MBA aspirants.


Usually, the victims manner the police. In this situation, two "employees" of the faux consultancy company at Kalikapurtook the initiative and blew the whistle on the masterminds. "The case has been recorded based on a report submitted by sub-inspector T N Tewary in connection with an inquiry letter, which later became the letter of complaint, filed by Apala Dutta and Amit Kumar Rana, employees of Indian Lead.com at Kalikapur. They complained against the directors, Ajitesh Mondal and Ashwani Modi, and managers Aniruddha Das Gupta and Kshitish Sahoo and their associates. The two, who lodged the complaint on June 11, said they were forced into the fake admission racket," stated DC (SSD) Santosh Nimbalkar.


Initially, Das Gupta and Sahoo feigned innocence, however later, confessed to be running the racket. Mondal and Modi set them goals to allure scientific aspirants, who had not ranked top. The accused charged "captiation fees", starting from Rs 35 lakh to Rs 75 lakh, promising innocent applicants showed seats under control quota in MBBS and MBA lessons.


"The gang members said the office had trade licence from the KMC as they had claimed to run a computer training centre," an officer stated. "They have a branch office in Bengaluru, where Modi was the in-charge. Mondal was in charge of the Kolkata unit. Mondal was earlier arrested in an admission racket by the Bangalore Police in 2016."


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