Noida (UP), August 2
A person training as a health care provider allegedly on solid paperwork was arrested from a personal hospital in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida on Sunday, police mentioned.
The accused, a resident of Ghaziabad, had acquired the paperwork solid in 2017 and was training the allopath department of medication on the hospital in Bisrakh space, they mentioned.
“Accused Rakesh Kumar Thakur, around 40, was arrested from Chaturbhuj Hospital on Sunday. He was wanted in case of forgery of medical documents which were prepared three years ago,” a police spokesperson mentioned.
An FIR has been lodged towards Thakur at Phase three police station. He has been booked below Indian Penal Code sections 419 (dishonest by personation), 465 (forgery), 195 (giving or fabricating false proof), 196 (utilizing proof identified to be false), amongst others, the spokesperson mentioned.
Charges below related sections of the Indian Medical Council Act have additionally been pressed towards the accused, police mentioned.
Further proceedings are underway, they added. PTI