A woman died allegedly thanks to “gross negligence” in treatment at a hospital in bigger Noida passed by a “doctor” whose MBBS degree was found to pretend, police aforementioned on Fri.
The pretend doctor, Priya Ranjan Thakur, has been in remission and an FIR was lodged against him at the Bisrakh police headquarters, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Noida) Rajesh S aforementioned.
According to officers, the woman, a resident of Indirapuram in Ghaziabad, had visited the IVF Creation World Centre, passed by Thakur, in Eco Village 2 within the Bisrakh space on August nineteen.
She had been visiting the centre for 2 months for the In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedure, a technology-assisted methodology for pregnancy, the officers aforementioned.
The woman fell sick throughout the procedure and her condition worsened thanks to a scarcity of emergency support within the centre to such an extent that she slipped into a coma and had to be taken to a different hospital, they said.
“She fell sick throughout the IVF treatment on August 19 and had to be admitted to a different hospital wherever she died on August 26. Thakur, the owner of the IVF centre, was in remission in reference to the death,” DCP Rajesh aforementioned.
“During the investigation, Thakur`s medical certificates were verified. His MBBS degree of 2005 mentioned Bhupendra Narayan University in Madhepura, Bihar however throughout verification, the degree was found to pretend,” the officer aforementioned.
The pretend doctor, aged around 40 years, was set aside under the Indian legal code sections 338 (endangering human life by negligent acts) and 304 (death thanks to negligence) shortly once the woman`s death once a criticism was filed by her husband, the police said.
With his medical degree springing up to be pretended, another FIR has been lodged against him beneath IPC sections 420 (cheating), 467, 468 and 471 (all related to forgery), the police adscititious.