Munir Khan is a self-proclaimed “scientist” who promises cures nearly every disease including cancer, HIV, diabetes, heart ailments, tumours, paralysis and reversal of premature ageing with a single medicine which he sells for approx. Rs. 30,000 for a bottle of 100ml concoction.
Khan predominantly operates via his fraudulent clinic in Mumbai and promote himself via dodgy TV advertisements.
Badscience investigations revealed that Khan has no medical or science related qualifications and is nothing but a conman who gained the trust of the gullible people portraying himself as a credible person having acceptable qualifications. Khan was arrested by the police on multiple occasions but he managed to secure bail every time.
Claims of qualifications
Honorary PhD in Ayurveda awarded by KEISIE International University, South Korea: We have searched University and Colleges in the Korean Government run website StudyinKorea where this university is not listed. Various sources confirmed that KEISIE is an online diploma mill.
Honorary Doctor awarded by Confederation of International Accreditation Commission (CIAC): Another diploma mill organisation faking with a fancy name tag. CIAC is registered in Delaware, USA as a private company, however, solely operates out of India and has no functional presence in the USA as it claims. Their Registered Office Address noted on the company’s website is of the address of thier company registration Agent. Therefore, evident that it is another fake degree accreditation agencies misleading public and regulators in India portraying it as an International organisation.
Where to find accreditation status of Universities and Accrediting agencies?
- The U.S. Department of Education (USDoED) recognized accrediting agencies and state approval agencies: List of Agencies
- Authoritative information on International Higher education institutions: World Higher Education Database (WHED)
- South Korea Government’s accredited University & Colleges search : StudyinKorea
- Munir Khan was arrested by the police on multiple accounts in 2008, 2009, 2019, 2014, 2015 and 2016
- Khan was arrested on charges of cheating and forgery in 2010. He was denied bail by the court and was sent in the judicial custody.
- Following the 2010 arrest, he was on the run for a year
- Khan was arrested again in 2015 after a report from the Food and Drug Administration(FDA)
- Khan’s manufacturing unit in Rajasthan was shut down on information passed on by the FDA.
- FDA raided Khan’s office in 2016, seized fake drugs worth Rs3.3cr. He was subsequently booked under Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, in addition to Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisement) Act, 1954, Maharashtra Medical Practitioners Act, 1961 and the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
- Despite charges and arrest on multiple occasions, Khan managed to secure bail every time. He is currently back in ‘business’ and his misleading advertisements are still rampant on television channels mostly aired after midnight.