Two Ayurvedic doctors nabbed for involvement in admission scam
The Haridwar police have arrested two Ayurvedic doctors for alleged involvement in an admission scam in Rishikul Ayurvedic college in Haridwar. Both were students of 2013 batch and had secured their degrees from Rishikul Ayurvedic college and were currently practicing in a private hospital in Udham Singh Nagar. Both are accused of having helped some students to secure admission by appearing for them in their entrance examinations.
City Kotwali in-charge Amarjeet Singh said that in 2016, the admission racket was exposed in Rishikul Ayurvedic College. A case was registered against Anuj, Sarvej Ali, Bilal, Mohammad Naushad, Mohammad Faizan, Rahul Amit and seven others in this case. After investigation 14 people had been arrested while some others are absconding. In this case, Didar Singh and Gaurav Tamta have been arrested. Both are doctors and were practicing in a private hospital. The duo was produced in the court by the police.
Significantly, after the matter came to light, the college administration had investigated the malpractices and many students were expelled from the college after investigation.
Saturday, 11 July 2020 | PNS | Haridwar
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