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Lawyer demands CBI enquiry against city-based Rus Education

DNMUM398568 | 10/13/2017 | Author : Imran Fazal | WC :223

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Besides the 133 students from across India who were forced to abandon their MBBS course at Smolensk State Medical University (SSMU) in Russia after they were taught in Russian medium in their second year, six students from Sri Lanka too faced a similar plight at the university. A city-based advocate has demanded a CBI enquiry in a similar case filed in 2015.
It has now also emerged that an FIR was registered at Gamdevi police station in 2015 against Rus Education and four employees for allegedly cheating a student from Thane.
Pyarelal Gautam, 36, an advocate with a renowned legal firm had sent his brother Sanjay Kumar Gautam, 25, to Russia in 2013 and was admitted at Tver State Medical University for an MBBS course. Gaut
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