Lawyer de­mands CBI en­quiry against city-based Rus Ed­u­ca­tion

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and four em­ploy­ees for al­legedly cheat­ing a stu­dent from Thane.

Pyare­lal Gau­tam, 36, an ad­vo­cate with a renowned le­gal firm had sent his brother San­jay Ku­mar Gau­tam, 25, to Rus­sia in 2013 and was ad­mit­ted at Tver State Med­i­cal Univer­sity for an MBBS course. Gau­tam was al­legedly promised by Rus Ed­u­ca­tion in Mumbai that the course will be taught in the English medium. He was shocked when the univer­sity started con­ducted lessons in Rus­sian from the third year. Gau­tam is now a fourth year stu­dent at the univer­sity.

“Rus Ed­u­ca­tion had promised that the course will be taught in English medium and we had paid the fees de­manded by the con­sul­tancy firm. Af­ter my brother reached Rus­sia, the con­sul­tancy firm coaxed us to pay more to­wards the fees. We later re­alised that we were cheated,” he added.

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