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Vadodara: Man booked for working hospital with out diploma

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Vadodara: Man booked for running hospital without degree

The Narmada police have booked Bhavesh Kukadiya, 39, who was arrested by Vadodara police in January this yr for “creating fake Covid-19 hospitalisation documents to claim medical insurance of Rs 2.5 lakh”, for alleged culpable murder not amounting to homicide after it got here to mild that Kukadiya had been working a personal hospital at Rajpipla in Narmada with no bonafide medical diploma.
The probe into Kukadiya’s credentials, following his arrest by the Vadodara police, had the Narmada police come upon his pretend medical levels in addition to recordsdata of 200 sufferers handled at his hospital since 2018, of whom 37 individuals died.
In an FIR lodged on the Rajpipla police station on Wednesday night, police named Kukadiya as an accused within the alleged loss of life of 37 sufferers. Kukadiya has been booked below Sections 304 and 308 of the Indian Penal Code for culpable murder not amounting to homicide and indulging in a willful act that would pose menace to the life of individuals or trigger loss of life.
SP, Narmada, Himkar Singh, stated the district police waited for over two months for complainants to return ahead after the information of Kukadiya being a quack grew to become public.
Singh stated, “We got intimation from Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone III, Vadodara, following his arrest in the insurance scam in January this year. The police also verified his credentials when he claimed that he had completed his MBBS from a university in Kyrgyzstan. The police wrote to the university and found that he had never studied there.”
Singh stated a few of these deaths in Kukadiya’s hospitals had been in 2019, whereas a majority of them had been in 2020 after the Covid-19 outbreak. “We will question him about the possibility of having treated Covid-19 patients. We also suspect that more people could have died but not registered at the municipality’s death records bureau if they would not need the death certificate. The number 37 is only of those patients who have sought a death certificate,” Singh stated.
Kukadiya is at the moment in Vadodara Central Jail in judicial custody within the pretend insurance coverage case. On January 23, Panigate police in Vadodara arrested Kukadiya and his dentist spouse Sejal — who was the claimant within the case of the pretend insurance coverage declare of Covid-19 hospitalisation for an quantity of Rs 2.5 lakh. Kukadiya had informed police that he was a normal doctor.