Man held for duping people on pretext of medical admission
New Delhi: Delhi police have arrested a-30-year-old man in connection of cheating Rs 58 lakh to a man on the pretext of admission for M.B.B.S courses in Medical Colleges.
The accused Anubhav Marwah was arrested by Cyberteam of South Delhi police on June, 8 from his residence place in Malkaganj.
Police said that On May 27 Marwah contacted to a victim in Delhi on the pretext of providing admission of their wards in MBBS in Rajasthan.
The victim told the police that there were two men who introduced themselves as Simranjeet Singh Gill and Karanjeet Singh, both real brothers. Gill also showed the id card and told that he is son of Hardeep Singh Gill who is a member of NTA. The accused demanded Rs.70 Lacs to be paid in four instalments.
The complainant and his friends gave Rs.58 lakh to the alleged persons. But after receiving the money, the accused persons had switched off their mobile phones and left all the places. A case was registered into the matter and the investigation was taken-up.
During the investigation, it was learnt the accused used fake and forged I.D. and documents. The police team obtained the technical details about the accused. On June, 8, Police team arrested him from Malkaganj.
"On interrogation, the accused disclosed that he committed cheating, fraud and forgery with his associates. They used forge fictitious I.D. proofs. The accused had also opened Accounts in several Banks. Thereafter they also obtained data of people who were preparing for MBBS examination through the internet," said a senior police officer.