Jamia, JNU ex-dons punished
New Delhi: The Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Delhi handed out imprisonment terms to four people on December 10 past year, including two former professors of JNU and Jamia Millia Islamia for running a bogus medical college near Noida. They were found guilty of cheating 60 students of crores of rupees. They have been ordered to pay the students compensation of Rs 2 lakh to each. The judge Reena Singh Nag sentenced the accused Riaz Muneer, Kushlendar Pandey, Syed Jamaluddin and Waqar Hussain to terms ranging from three to six years. Two other accused IH Naqvi and Santosh Rai are yet to be arrested.
The complaint was filed by one of the students Husain Aqueel who was charged Rs 3.25 lakh for admission to the "MBBS" course four years ago.
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