FIR registered against Lucknow KGMU's doctor for taking bribe from contractual staff

DN Bureau

A FIR has been lodged against a doctor of King George Medical University for allegedly taking bribe from contractual staff members on the pretext of providing them permanent jobs.

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Lucknow: A FIR has been lodged against a doctor of King George Medical University (KGMU) for allegedly taking bribe from contractual staff members on the pretext of providing them permanent jobs.

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According to FIR, Dr Ved Prakash, Critical Care Unit Shatabdi Phase - 2, demanded Rs 25 lakh from the victims in 2016.

The complainants alleged they have given Rs 23 lakh to Prakash but only 8 out of 11 names were forwarded for permanent postings, but none got the job.

"When we asked for doctors to return the money, they have returned only Rs 5 lakh," the FIR stated.

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The complainants demanded that a case should be registered against Prakash and Rs 18,000 should be given to them. (ANI)

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