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Tamil Nadu: Conman arrested for cheating resident medical officer at Government Royapettah Hospital

Tamil Nadu: Conman arrested for cheating resident medical officer at Government Royapettah Hospital

Tamil Nadu: Duped by a conman, the resident medical officer (RMO) of Government Royapettah Hospital lost 50 lakh. In lieu of buying a luxury flat, the conman cheated the RMO, and has been arrested for his alleged offence (committed in 2013) by the police now.

In 2013, the notorious conman Sukash Chandrasekar was admitted in a hospital after his arrest. He was arrested for his involvement in a 19 cr cheating case, post which he suffered from chest pain. During his this hospital stay he promised the RMO a luxury flat, and took the heavy amount from him.

A police officer further implied in his statement after this false promise the accused was granted royal treatment at GRH. Later, he was transferred to Bangalore to face CBI questions. CBI was reportedly taking care of a cheating case for his alleged involvement.

The conman was only recently released on bail, following his arrest by the economics offences wing in Mumbai. Then again, he was in Chennai for a pending against him. This time he was involved in a case of cheating for luxury cars.

Now he is under arrest for a complaint against him the RMO, and the court has directed him to jail.

TOI quoted: Police said Sukash had promised Balasubramanian, the owner of Future Technics in Ambattur Industrial Estate, to get him the contract of making napkins for the government of Karnataka and collected 19 crore.

Reported details confirmed that Sukash projected himself as an IAS officer in this case to Balasubramanian. He convincingly represented himself as an IAS officer in Karnataka. Only after he made a successful escape, his endeavour was brought to light. Police then arrested Balasubramanian, the manager of a bank branch. He had officially sanctioned the amount as loan.

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