Bhopal, March 17 -- Madhya Pradesh police busted a high-profile, inter-state, Delhi-based gang involved in duping MBBS pass outs on the pretext of getting them admission in post graduate (PG) courses in different medical colleges. Management of some colleges and even police officials are believed to be part of the gang, which used to charge up to Rs.1.5 crore to offer admissions, according to initial investigation by the police.

"Employees of government and private medical colleges in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan Police are also part of the gang. Police are trying to identify the employees with the help of doctors," said Rewa inspector general of police, Umesh Joga.

The gang of 12-14 persons cheated more than 150 students...