Bengaluru: Two medical aspirants' parents cheated of Rs. 30LLast updated on Sep 06, 2017, 06:13 pm
Bengaluru police have registered fraud cases against three middlemen allegedly posing as agents in the city's medical colleges and cheating the parents of two medical aspirants in separate incidents.
Allahabad-based businessman Nagendra Kumar Yadav was cheated of Rs. 18L by two middlemen, Sandeep Singh and Zahid Alam.
While Patna-based teacher Umesh Kumar was duped of Rs. 12L by Ashok Kumar Choudhary.
Middlemen promised seats in two medical colleges
Koramangala police said Sandeep Singh and Zahid Alam promised a seat at Bengaluru's Rajarajeshwari Medical College and Hospital to the daughter of Nagendra Kumar Yadav and took Rs. 18L in two installments.
Patna's Umesh Kumar filed a complaint with the city's Madiwala police that Ashok Kumar promised his daughter a seat at BGS Global Medical College and demanded Rs. 12L for the same.