Maharashtra Education Society Cheated Students Of 65 Crores: Probe Agency

Maharashtra Education Society Cheated 65 Crores Students: Probe Agency

In its case-filing, the Enforcement Directorate (ED), claimed that the former president of Kolhapur’s Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Education Society was also an accused. The group had collected more than Rs 65 crore in medical applications for college admission.

In a charge-sheet filed recently in the money laundering case, the probe agency claimed that the money obtained from 350 doctors was used to purchase properties and for personal use.

The ED said that SCSESES received the funds despite not having permission from Maharashtra University of Health Science and the Medical Council of India to grant admissions for the MBBS courses.

The ED has begun an investigation into the duping of SCSES medical aspirants. Mahadev Deshmukh (the trust’s ex-working president) and Appashaheb (the former secretary) have been taken into custody.

Right now, the Deshmukh brother are in judicial custody.