Corruption

STF busts medical racket in UP which helped 600 non-meritorious students become doctors

Meerut: In a major breakthrough, two students of Muzaffarnagar Medical College in Uttar Pradesh were arrested on Monday for paying Rs 1 lakh each to the cheating mafia that submitted answers written by experts in place of the students.

According to a report in the Times of India, the racket is active since 2014 and has helped over 600 non-meritorious students pass the medical examinations.

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.

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