Bombay HC Denies Bail to Man Who Posed as Doctor to Con People

A single-judge bench of Justice SK Shinde of the Bombay Excessive Courtroom has denied bail to an individual who was booked underneath the Indian Penal Code and Medical Practitioners Act for posing as a physician and forging his certificates of apply.

The complainant had alleged that the applicant had posed as a physician and took Rs 17.50 lakh for beginning a hospital. The complainant stated regardless of taking a considerable quantity, the applicant couldn’t get the hospital registered.

The complainant then by way of his sources turned conscious that the applicant just isn’t a physician. Subsequently, the complainant then made inquiries with the Medical Council of Maharashtra and have become conscious that the applicant had solid his diploma.

After the FIR was registered, the police arrested the applicant and a cost sheet was filed. Police additionally discovered that the applicant had solid his Aadhaar card to open a checking account.

Earlier the applicant was additionally booked in a special case whereby seven sufferers had died through the outbreak of Covid within the hospital run and managed by him. One of many family of the deceased had reported a grievance, which stated that though the applicant was not a physician, he was managing and treating sufferers in Shree Morya Multispeciality Hospital.

Apart from the current case and the case in opposition to the applicant referred above, there was one other case registered in opposition to him, whereby he had posed as Dr Mahesh Patil, by forging a level certificates and had persuaded an individual to take a position Rs 30,00,000 in a drugs store. An FIR was additionally registered within the case.

The court docket whereas rejecting his bail plea famous, “Thus, in consideration of the information above, in my opinion, releasing the applicant on bail could be menace to the well being of the society. Software deserves no consideration. It’s rejected.”

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