Delhi Police has arrested a 30-year-old man for allegedly duping people on the pretext of getting their wards admitted to medical colleges in national Capital.
The accused Anubhav Marwah, a resident of Delhi’s Malka Ganj, was arrested on June 8.
According to Parvinder Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), South Delhi the accused, in a bid to make quick money, tried to capitalise on the growing demand of medical admissions. He cheated unsuspecting guardians on the pretext of getting their wards admitted to MBBS courses in their desired colleges.
“The accused obtained the data of people preparing for medical examination through Google. The matter came to light on May 27 after a complaint was filed by one Virender Singh at Malviya Nagar police station,” said the additional DCP.