Delhi Police arrests fake doctor duping patients at AIIMS
Delhi police have arrested a woman, who posed as a doctor at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi and was involved in duping patients by taking money from them on the assurance that she can arrange their treatment out of turn.
The woman, who was posing as a junior resident doctor of the Department of Forensic Medicine at AIIMS, was arrested after a complaint patient’s father.
The lady was conversant with knowledge of forensic medicine. She developed an ill idea of making money through cheating patients. She purchased an apron which had her name and department.
As per the complaint, the father had paid Rs 96,000 to the fake doctor to get the early treatment of his daughter.
In his complaint to the police, the complainant informed that he was cheated of Rs 96,000 by a female doctor at AIIMS. He further informed that even after ten days of payment he could not get the treatment. He had paid the amount through UPI.
The woman was posing as Sudhi Trevedi had graduated from a university in Barrelie and did MSc in forensic science from Galgotia University.
A team headed by DCP Chandan Choudhary, ACP Harishchandra, SHO Shiv Darshan Sharm, AIIMS Police post in-charge Deependra, Sub Inspector Bharmanand and lady constable Deeksha busted this case.
She could be identified after analysing all the CCTV footage. During investigation and inquiry she admitted the crime and following which she was arrested.