In the presence of his lawyer, Sanjeev Teeluckdharry, she accuses foreign students "Demanding money by threat" and "assault". Moreover, she argues that the institution DIEG had never promised employment to Indian and Nepalese students.
In his complaint made to the position of Pamplemousses, Sunday, Shweta Sharma states the facts. It first noted that the allegations against her are absolutely false. "Quite the contrary, students have threatened to close the doors DIEG, if management does not decide to make their 'refundable Amount'.
On 29 July, students do not attend classes and heckling in the classroom. When Shweta Sharma, Manishkumar Kantilal Brahmbhatt, Director of Marketing and other members of staff to deal with, they would have answered: "We will see you We are going to close your college Either you refund our money..."
The tension rose a notch. One student had shoved Shweta Sharma, Director. The police are on the scene and mended management highlights that set a "precautionary measure" (PM) on the same day at the station. Sunday, Shweta Sharma lodged two complaints "Demanding money by threat" and "assault" against students. It provides supporting documentation, stating that DIEG never promised job, especially after six months internship. The police investigation intensifies.
"We have never promised jobs to foreign students. They came to Mauritius to study," defends the Daily Challenge Shweta Sharma, 33 years. "Whatever the students (Indians / Nepalese are saying about not em supplier providing jobs and internship payments, thesis are all false," says the director.
"Delivering quality education, that's our motto. WE HAVE never differentiate betweens local and foreign students in our institution. The foreign students could all baseless allegations on the Establishment and Management. They Have Clearly signed forms before coming to Mauritius That They Are not coming here for job purpose to study only, "says our interlocutor.
Shweta Sharma and Manishkumar Kantilal Brahmbhatt, 40, Marketing Director of the Institution, were arrested by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of Piton Thursday. This following fraud allegations against them by 52 Indian and Nepalese students on July 29. After spending the night in police custody, Shweta Sharma and Manishkumar Kantilal Brahmbhatt were brought to court. They were provisionally charged with fraud. They each provided a deposit of Rs 15,000 and signed an acknowledgment of debt of Rs 100,000.
Shweta Sharma and Manishkumar Kantilal Brahmbhatt entrust police criminal Piton Saturday, they never cheated foreign students. The latter paid the costs of their courses for Tourism and Hospitality ManagementRs 114,000. The two suspects claim that this is an Indian agent who had duped these students.
From Nepal and India, they say they have been fooled by DIEG. Students revealed that they had received nothing in writing and they came to Mauritius in reliance on an advertisement in a Nepali daily. Registered under 'Tourism and Hospitality Management', students argue that the conditions for which they had signed were not met, as promised, pay training, adequate housing, wages in euros and the opportunity to stay Mauritius.