Maharashtra: Medical student blames girlfriend for distracting him; demands fees after failing exams
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Maharashtra: Medical student blames girlfriend for distracting him; demands readmission fees after failing exams

In a strange incident at Maharashtra’s Beed district, a 21-year old student, studying in the first year of Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, failed to clear his exams. The student blamed his girlfriend of distracting him and asked to pay readmission fees. As if this was not absurd enough, the boy even started blackmailing her over phone when the girl tried to distance herself from the matter.

Going by the reports, the student, who hails from Beed district, gained admission to the BHMS course last year and studies at a college in Aurangabad. During his studies, he met with and fell in love with a fellow medical student. According to the student as his attraction towards the girl grew he got distracted from his studies and thus failed in his first year exams.

The suspect, though bright, did not focus on studies and failed in the first year, so he was denied admission to the second year of the four-year course.

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Upset, he squarely blamed his girlfriend for his poor results and asked that she compensate his parents for the fees that they paid in the first year of the course.

On this, the girl began to make distance from him. Angry that she dumped him, the accused started harassing her over phone and messages. He took to social media, saying things about her father and making vile posts about her family. He threatened that her pictures would be uploaded on social media too, so she was shamed.

The girl then filed a case with police. The accused medical student has been arrested by the police and has been charged with extortion and criminal intimidation.

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