Jammu and Kashmir : : Eight including Hurriyat leader accused of selling MBBS seats to Pakistan

Jammu and Kashmir in MBBS seat scam has come to the fore. A special court in Srinagar has framed charges against eight people, including a prominent Hurriyat leader. , Let us tell you that there are allegations that he has given to the students of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan I have sold seats for MBBS. […]
 


Jammu and Kashmir : : Eight including Hurriyat leader accused of selling MBBS seats to Pakistan

Jammu and Kashmir in MBBS seat scam has come to the fore. A special court in Srinagar has framed charges against eight people, including a prominent Hurriyat leader. , Let us tell you that there are allegations that he has given to the students of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan I have sold seats for MBBS. The money raised during these meetings has been used for anti-India terrorist activities. It is said that one MBBS seat was sold for Rs 15 to 20 lakhs.

An NIA court in Srinagar has accused a Hurriyat leader and others of allegedly colluding with some academic advisors to arrange admission to MBBS and other courses in Pakistani colleges. According to media reports, this money was used for luxury life. Apart from this, this money was used to fund terrorism.

After getting the search warrant, the Special Investigation Agency (SIA) officials searched the house and other places of the accused during the investigation. The documents and other materials seized during the search were analyzed and it was found that the money deposited in the accounts of the accused persons was used for admission to various technical and vocational courses in Pakistan including MBBS.

A member of the terrorist family is getting admission

The documents and other materials seized during the search were analyzed and it was found that money was deposited in the accounts of the accused persons for admission to various technical and professional courses in Pakistan including MBBS. The students were asked to appear in the National Talent Search Examination at the Hurriyat Office in Pakistan to give the youth the confidence that they were writing the pre-qualification test.

Based on the statements of witnesses and other evidence recorded during the investigation, it was found that such students were admitted to MBBS and other professional courses in Pakistan. Those who were close family members or relatives of the slain terrorists. This was done on the recommendations of Hurriyat members and their counterparts in Pakistan. An official said the court framed the charges after hearing the SIA’s arguments presented by the defense counsel and the special public prosecutor.