Pune: Doctor held for demanding Rs 1,500 bribe to issue antigen test report
Pune: An Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) team of Pune has arrested a doctor from Daund town of the district for allegedly demanding a bribe to issue an antigen test report.
According to an official statement, Dr Milind Kamble was working in a government hospital in the Daund area.
He demanded and accepted around Rs 1,500 bribe from laborers to issue an antigen test report.
Around 19 laborers from the area had gone for an antigen test at a government hospital on February 26. Despite the test being offered free by the government at government hospitals in the state, the doctor on duty demanded a bribe from laborers.
The ACB team caught the doctor red-handed.
A case has been registered against him under relevant sections. Further investigation is underway.