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Hang on! Are there more Munnabhais?

THE KGMU HAS got some more names of Munnabhais through a mysterious letter. The letter has been written by an unidentified student who claims he has evidence against 10 more students who got the backdoor entry. The letter was posted in the Head Post Office on December 22 and reached KGMU on Monday. It names ten students of 2001 and 2002 batch.

india Updated: Jan 03, 2006 00:23 IST

THE KGMU HAS got some more names of Munnabhais through a mysterious letter.

The letter has been written by an unidentified student who claims he has evidence against 10 more students who got the backdoor entry.

The letter was posted in the Head Post Office on December 22 and reached KGMU on Monday. It names ten students of 2001 and 2002 batch.

“I want to inform about the matter of backdoor selections in medical entrance examinations. The following students of our college are involved in this matter and I have sure evidence about this,” the unsigned letter named ten students along with their cell phone numbers.

Naming students from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar the letter says that there is an entire network of students who operate as part of this racket. The letter also demanded action against the students named therein.

Incidentally, the matter of a racket running at KGMU was indicated back in December when two KGMU and one KGDU student were arrested by Kanpur Dehat police in connection with a abduction case.

They had abducted a student of Jhansi Ayurvedic College as he failed to pay for the services provided by KGMU students in the medical examination of 2001.

“The letter is still mysterious as the sender’s name is absent. The names mentioned in the letter are correct and the students were admission during 2001 and 2002,” said proctor Dr VK Singh.

KGMU authorities are going to scan the past academic records of the named students to check whether the letter has some real inputs or not.

First Published: Jan 03, 2006 00:23 IST