Lawyer demands CBI enquiry against city-based Rus Education
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.