Class 10 pass fake doctor nabbed by police

Updated: 07 October, 2020 08:15 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Ahmedabad

After interrogating Parmar, the police found out that he is a class 10 graduate who hasn't even completed his schooling and has been masquerading as a doctor.

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A 37-year-old man from Rajkot was booked by the police for practicing medicine without relevant qualifications and documents, reports Ahmedabad Mirror.

The Rajkot police raided the premises of Arvind Narshibhai Parmar after they received information that Parmar was not a real doctor. They later went to his makeshift clinic with witnesses and asked him if he was an allopathic, homeopathic or ayurvedic doctor, to which he did not have any response or documents to prove.

After interrogating Parmar, the police found out that he is a class 10 pass out who hasn’t even completed his schooling and has been masquerading as a doctor.

A case was filed against Parmar under Section 30 of the Gujarat Medical Practice Act, 1963, and Section 419 (impersonation) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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First Published: 07 October, 2020 07:45 IST

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