Class 5 dropouts operating on patients as doctors in Mumbai, arrested

Mumbai Police has arrested six males who pretended to be medical doctors for at the very least 5 years and even operated on patients. They are all faculty dropouts.

The faux doctors had been busted by Mumbai police as a part of a cmapign towards quacks.

The Mumbai Police Crime Branch on Tuesday performed raids at six locations in the Eastern suburbs of Mumbai and arrested six quacks operating as doctors in the world.

Surprisingly, these quacks had been operating in the world for nearly half a decade and all of them had been faculty dropouts, some studied solely until class 5. These quacks not solely did medical consulting but in addition had carried out surgical procedures on many patients.

The crackdown was performed in the Govandi space of jap suburbs which is a densely populated slum.

Acting on info despatched by policemen, officers of unit 6 from the Mumbai crime department posed as patients on the stated clinics to confirm the knowledge. Once it was confirmed that the six quacks had been operating with none medical schooling diploma and certification, the raids had been performed.

Once the cops discovered that the six alleged doctors had been quacks, they began questioning them concerning their formal schooling and medical levels. Initially, the accused tried to mislead the cops however later succumbed to the questioning and revealed that not solely did they haven’t any medical diploma however they didn’t even end faculty. Two of them had studied until class 5.

The arrested accused have been recognized as Mukul Amar Kisnadas, 34, who studied until class 11; Kamruddin Marufee, 53, has studied solely until class 12; Maksood Ansari, 42, studied solely until class 5; Mukhtar Ali Shah, 45, studied until class 5; Kishmat Shah, 31, studied until class 8; and Tayyab Chaudhari, 50, studied until class 6. None of the accused had any formal schooling or perhaps a certification which might have been important for practising medication.

“Legally these men are not even qualified to work as ward boys or assistants to paramedics. But they have been working as doctors of medicine and running clinics with patients ranging from kids to senior citizens,” stated a senior police official aware about the event.

The accused had been handed over to Shivaji Nagar police station after interrogation. They had been produced in courtroom and remanded to police custody until February 10. The Mumbai Police has began a drive towards quacks operating in the town and in the previous 10 months have arrested 19 such bogus doctors throughout the town.

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