BAMS, BAHMS Admission: The Lucknow bench of the Excessive Courtroom has rejected the bail plea of accused Alok Kumar Trivedi within the case of admission rip-off in Ayush faculties. Commenting on the matter, the Courtroom stated that the accused together with different accused are accused of fraudulently and fraudulently getting admission in Ayurvedic, Homeopathic and Unani faculties of 928 ineligible individuals, out of whom 21 had not even appeared within the NEET examination. The courtroom stated that this act of the accused has harm the rights of all of the deserving college students.
This order was handed by a single bench of Justice Subhash Vidyarthi on the bail plea of Alok Kumar Trivedi. Opposing the plea, state authorities’s advocate Rao Narendra Singh argued that a number of WhatsApp chats of the accused with Kuldeep Singh, named accused within the case, had been discovered by which conversations relating to admission had been made. He informed the courtroom that the STF had filed a cost sheet within the courtroom on February 13, by which former Ayurveda director Sat Narayan Singh, suspended officer-in-charge of the Directorate of Training Ayurveda Dr. Umakant, senior assistant Ayurveda directorate Rajesh Singh, junior assistant Kailash Chandra Bhaskar and others Different expenses together with corruption, IT Act, dishonest, forgery, conspiracy have been leveled towards the accused. The courtroom was informed that the report of this case was lodged by the then director Sat Narayan Singh at Hazratganj police station on November 4, 2022, though through the investigation, his involvement within the crime was additionally discovered.