DU College Admission Slip Sold For Rs 1.7 Lakh; Accused Arrested By Police

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For allegedly deceiving a man on the excuse of getting his daughter admission in a Delhi University college, a 21 – year old man has been arrested.

According to the FIR ,the complainant met the condemned through a common friend who used to attend coaching classes with his daughter.The accused informed the complainant that he, along with his brother, helped students with the admission process, following which he allegedly asked for money for his daughter’s admission, the FIR stated.

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The FIR which was registered against the accused Ashish Tanwar, the complainant, Arvind Kumar Singh, alleged that he took Rs 1,70,000 for the admission.“I initially gave him Rs 40,000 after which the accused gave me an admission slip. He then asked me to give him the rest of the money so that he could finalise the process,” the FIR stated. “The accused took the rest of the money in cash from the complainant outside the college, following which his daughter attended classes for a week. After that, the accused took back the admission slip under various pretexts,” the officer said.

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When the girl tried to get an identity card made, she was told that her name was not on the admission list. She showed a photo of the admission slip and was told it was fake, police said.

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Kumari Shivanjali
I'm a student of economics at Kamala Nehru college , a council member of my department and a member Of Nupur ( Indian classical and folk dance society of my college) .I love dancing , writing peoms and ya of course exploring the places where I go.

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