HYDERABAD: A guy posing as a doctor for six months at state-run Gandhi hospital arrested by using the Chilkalaguda police on Friday.
Subrajith Panda (26) is a resident of Uppal pursuing an M.Sc. In Microbiology at a non-public college in Narayanaguda. In the wish to make short money, he opened a hospital in which he was dwelling with a fake certificate.
After beginning the medical institution he wanted to examine junior docs treating the patients and implemented the identical on sufferers who go to his health facility. He quickly found out how to check pulse rate and administer saline, police stated.
Panda managed to trick both docs and college students. He might regularly go to trendy wards claiming to be a postgraduate student, police said.
According to the health facility superintendent, Panda becomes sitting in a canteen with the aid of carrying his fake WHO identification card and few PG college students had a communique asking approximately his scientific specialization and WHO application which he was operating with. The PG students grew suspicious over his answers and alerted security.
He turned into later caught and passed over to the police.
The police charged him beneath the numerous sections of Indian Penal code (IPC) and additionally booked him underneath the Telangana Medical Practitioners Registration Act. He is sent to Charlapally prison.