Hyderabad: Six medical doctors from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have come below the scanner of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for allegedly possessing pretend International Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) paperwork.
The CBI carried out an investigation in opposition to 73 medical college students throughout India, who pursued medication from Ukraine, China, and Nepal between 2011-2022. The six pretend medical doctors from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are discovered to be practising within the Gulf international locations, Kerala, and different areas.
The investigating company registered felony instances in opposition to the accused. The six candidates have been recognized as Gudimalla Rakesh Kumar of Kazipet, S Srinivasa Rao of Chevella, Mohammed Fasiuddin of Warangal, and B Harikrishna Reddy of Lingampally from Telangana and Marupilla Sarath Babu of Vijayawada and Gorla Venkata Raja Vamsi of Visakhapatnam in AP.
The CBI additionally recovered incriminating paperwork from the accused. The company is conducting the investigation on foundation of a criticism by the well being ministry to establish how dozens of international medical graduates allegedly obtained themselves registered with state medical councils (SMCs) or the Medical Council of India (MCI) with out passing the FMGE.
An FIR below sections of the prevention of corruption Act other than IPC sections 120 (B) for felony conspiracy and 420 for dishonest and forgery has been registered.
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