Srinagar, Nov 10: Crime Branch Kashmir has registered a case against Subashish Baumik of Kolkata of M/S AB Global for cheating students in Kashmir by providing fake admission in MBBS course in China.
Crime Branch Kashmir had received a complaint from Mohammed Hussain stating therein that he is running a small business firm under the name and style of M/S “Xeal Education Services” located at Baghat Chowk Srinagar. He was in a business relationship with Subashish Baumik of Kolkata who helped the complainant to place students in various Universities in China for pursuing MBBS Course and received an amount of Rs 14 lacs from the complainant for providing admission in MBBS Course in respect of five candidates in “Weifang Medical University” China.
Neither the admission has been made in the said university nor the money refunded to the complainant.
Subsequently, on the receipt of this complaint, preliminary verification was initiated in Crime Branch Kashmir. During the course of enquiry it came to fore that M/S Xeal Education Services Baghat Srinagar has taken an amount of Rs 14 Lac from five students @ 2.80 lac per student for arranging their admission in MBBS courses in Weifang Medical University through Subashish Baumik who is running a business under the name and style of M/S AB Global, and transferred Rs 14 lacs in the Bank account of AB Global maintained and operated by the Subashish Baumik. The accused provided admission letters along with air tickets for 05 candidates but after reaching China they were made to stay in the hostel of “Jinan University” and had to pay for that stay out of their own pocket.
They were not provided admission in any University. The complainant returned the money so received from the students. However, Subashish Baumik has not returned the money so received from the complainant and is not responding to his requests. During further enquiry, it has come to fore that Subashish Baumik Proprietor M/S AB Global has cheated the complainant and the candidates on the pretext of providing admission in MBBS Course in Weifang Medical University China to 05 candidates and grabbed an amount of Rs 14 lacs in a fraudulent and dishonest manner.
Zadibal hospital without electricity, heating facility
Srinagar, Nov 20: The patients at the Primary Health Center Zadibal have been facing a tough time due to unavailability of electricity, with most of them forced to return without undergoing certain pathological tests.
The hospital has been without an alternative power option, as a result of which the staff is unable to do many machine-dependent tests, even at the time of emergencies.
A technician at the health center (name withheld) said, “We do not have round-the-clock electricity. We get electricity till 12 in the afternoon, after which no test can be done.”
Additionally, the technician said, the electricity goes off after every two hours, paralysing the system. “Patients have to wait even in case of emergencies or visit any other hospital. We are helpless, we have asked many times for 24-hour power supply, but nothing has been done about it, so far.”
On an average, 25-30 patients visit the hospital daily.
A patient, Masrat, suffering severe pain in back and abdomen, was asked to visit the next day, as there was no electricity for her urine examination.
“Doctor told me to get the test done, but here they have no electricity. So, I am being asked to return,” she said.
There is also no heating arrangement at the hospital, forcing the in-patients to survive in a cold environment.
Dr Manzoor, a General Physician at the hospital, said there was no heating arrangement even for the staff.“We perform in this cold and the patients suffer as well,” he said.
Dr Nighat, Zonal Medical Officer Zadibal, said, “Electricity problem is seen everywhere, but we will try to arranging an alternative very soon.”
“Our job is to write to the higher authorities. The rest is up to them,” she said.
Shopian shuts to mourn killing of four militants
Shopian: People in South Kashmir’s Shopian Wednesday observed a complete shutdown against the killing of four militants.
Reports said that all the shops and other business establishments including schools remained closed in the district and traffic also remained off the roads.
An eyewitness said that people from different walks of life visited the families of slain militants, all from Shopian, to offer condolences to the bereaved families. The four slain militants were identified as Inam-ul-Haq, a resident of Motjan Shopian, Mehraj-u-din, a resident of Drawnee village of Shopian, Abid Nazi, A resident of Padapora village of Shopian, and Basharat Nengroo, a resident of Chotigam village of Shopian district.
Apart from the four slain militants, a para-commando was also killed and two others sustained injuries during an encounter between the militants and a joint team of Police army, police, in Nadigam village of district Shopian, in south Kashmir.
Meanwhile, a complete shutdown was also observed in Achabal Anantnag against the killing of senior separatist leader and Tehreek-e-Hurriyat District President Anantnag Hafeezullah Mir. Mir was killed by unknown gunmen at his native Bhadro Achabal village.
Non-punctual docs make patients in Panzalla Rafiabad suffer daily
Baramulla, Nov 21: Amid prevailing wintry chill, many patients were kept waiting outside a health centre at Panzalla area in Rafiabad in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district by doctors who reportedly turned up in the afternoon on Wednesday.
Locals of the area said that the doctors seldom come on time, forcing patients either to wait or visit Srinagar or Baramulla hospital.
The locals appealed the administration to look into their grievances and address them by making doctors and other staff including paramedics punctual.
They also urged the administration to provide all facilities otherwise available in the medical facility equivalent to the one at Panzalla.
Chief Medical Officer Baramulla Bashir Ahmad Chalkoo when contacted said that he will look into the matter. “I will ask concerned BMO Rohama to look into the matter,” he added.
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