DEHRADUN: The special investigation team (SIT) of Dehradun police, in its ongoing probe of the fake Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) degree case, arrested three staffers of Indian Medical Council (IMC), Uttarakhand chapter, for allegedly facilitating the arrested mastermind Imlakh Khan in completing the registration of those who bought the fake degrees from him.
Daleep Singh Kunwar, senior superintendent of police (SSP), Dehradun on Saturday informed that the three accused were identified as Vivek Rawat, 43; Ankur Maheshwari, 43, both personal assistants at IMC and Vimal Prasad Bijalwan, 37, junior assistant in IMC. “Amid the ongoing probe, the three were called for questioning on their suspected involvement in the crime. They confessed to facilitating the arrested mastermind in getting the registrations of those who bought the fake BAMS degrees from him. The buyers would then start practising ayurveda in their respective clinics using the fake degree and the IMC registration certificate,” said Kunwar. The SSP informed that Khan, after selling the fake degrees, used to contact the three for the registration process in IMC.
Meanwhile, police have decided to book the arrested mastermind, Imlakh Khan, under the Gangster Act. Khan, 36, was arrested by the special task force (STF) from Ajmer, Rajasthan on Thursday late evening.
Ashok Kumar, state director general of police said, “The move was taken on the directions of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami who had ordered to take strict action against those involved in selling fake degrees or cheating in recruitment exams.”

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