Fake medical college: NAB opens inquiry against Imam Ghazali Medical University

Tribune

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities have initiated an inquiry against Management of Imam Ghazali Medical University, Peshawar and others on allegations of cheating public at large.

According to a NAB press release, NAB K-P authorised an inquiry against the management of Imam Ghazali Medical University on the directions of Peshawar High Court.

NAB said that the university was offering medical degree although it was not authorised to do so.

According to the NAB statement, the accused people had allegedly tricked innocent students to pursue their dream to get medical education in an illegal and unregistered medical college.

The college offered admissions to students for five years and charged huge fees not only causing financial loss to parents but also jeopardised the future of students.

The accountability body advised the students of the fake medical college to approach its office so that they could get their money back.

NAB will make the Imam Ghazali Medical University management return the fee they had taken from students.

In this regard the bureau asked the students to approach Office of the Director General, National Accountability, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PDA Complex, Block – III, Phase – V, Hayatabad Peshawar for registering their complaints along with proofs of payments and other documentary evidences to investigation officer by February 11.

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