UP’s Vyapam Scam: 600 Fake Doctors Busted a Big Scam is Out

UP’s Vyapam Scam: 600 Fake Doctors Busted a Big Scam is Out: Well, reports are coming that in a major scam or fraud is under the eyes of the law. Sources are saying that this scam is so big and people and media are calling it ‘Uttar Pradesh’s own Vyapam scam +’ Also, the reports are coming that the Muzaffarnagar Medical College were arrested on Monday night for paying Rs 1 lakh each to the cheating mafia that submitted answers written by experts in place of those by the students themselves.

UP’s Vyapam Scam: 600 Fake Doctors Busted a Big Scam is Out

Now, the Police busted this mafia and they did not get these all fake doctors maybe some of them are still working in a clinic or Hospital. The Police said more names of students will surface after further interrogation. Nine others, including six officials of Meerut’s Chaudhary Charan Singh University, one of UP’s top varsities, have been identified as being part of a gang that facilitated large-scale cheating for medical students.

Sources are saying that the racket is active since 2014, has helped over 600 non-meritorious students pass the MBBS examination. Also, the Police confirmed that these people passed MBBS examination through fake and fraud way and become doctors in the state. Also, the reports are saying that the two arrested students were introduced to members of the cheating mafia by a second-year woman medical student who is already under the scanner but is yet to be arrested.

Also, the reports are saying that the charge Rs 1-1.5 lakh from medical students and Rs 30,000-40,000 from students of other professional courses at the university. Some sources are saying that One of the two students being interrogated, Ayush Kumar, 21, is the son of a doctor at one of Gurgaon’s top multi-specialty hospitals.

Also, the reports are saying that five university employees have been booked in the case. Among them, staffer Pavan Kumar and two contractual employees, Kapil Kumar and Sandeep, have been arrested. Another staffer, Salek Chandra, and a former employee, CP Singh, are on the run.