PATNA: Police in Bihar have arrested a senior Congress leader on the charges of fraud.
Anil Sulabh who currently happens to be the state Congress (Intellectual Cell) president is accused of taking admission in his Indian Institute of Health Education and Research Centre by keeping the students in dark.
His arrest followed a ruckus at the institute campus located near Beur jail on Wednesday by hundreds of students who accused the director of not conducting examinations and irregularities prevalent there.
During the course of inquiry, the police later found the institute was taking admission even without having affiliation.
The institute had taken admission in courses like Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology and Bachelor in Physiotherapy.
“Anil Sulabh has been arrested on the allegation of duping hundreds of students,” Patna’s senior superintendent of police Manu Maharaj told the media today.
The police have also arrested his son while a case has been registered against his wife and other Trust members. The police have also sealed the institute office, reports said.
Sulabh claimed his institute was not at fault and blamed the Magadh University and Raj Bhawan for the prevailing situation.
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