A health care provider cheated two lakh rupees from retired financial institution officer

by Jeremy Spirogis
India's cleanest city for 4th consecutive time

A fraudulent subject of two lakh rupees has come to the forefront of a retired financial institution officer by pretending to extract uric acid from his knees. It is later revealed that the 'physician' is illiterate. He used to deal with himself as a specialist of knees.

The police additionally arrested two of his associates. According to Tilak Nagar police station Gulab Singh Rawat, two accused had taken two lakh rupees from 70-year-old Tarun Parikh, a resident of Bakhtavaram Nagar. Parikh's knees ache.

While returning after getting remedy, a member of the racket mentioned that he is aware of a health care provider who treats the knees very nicely. A day later, Dr. Hameed Ansari acquired a name and reached Parikh's home for remedy. <! –

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                 After a little bit of investigation, the mentioned uric acid is deposited. He must be eliminated with particular instruments. One drop will price Rs 760. Accused took out about 500 drops and handed over a invoice of three lakh 80 thousand rupees. After the cut price, it was determined to provide three lakh rupees. After this, the accused took two lakh rupees together with money and examine. When the accused demanded two lakhs within the identify of medicines from Parikh, there was suspicion and reached the police station with daughter-in-law.

The faux medical doctors Rizwan alias Ranjith (physician) and Mohammad Ali have been detained on Saturday. Rizwan is illiterate and resides in Dewas. The police have arrested Shafruddin and Salman on Sunday. Both labored to extort cash from checks and raked. SI has seized two lakh rupees and automotive. According to SI, they’re searching for instruments from which blood was extracted from the knees.

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