LNJP Shocker: Resident Doctor pays man to perform duty on his behalf
New Delhi: In a shocking revelation, a man performing duties as a junior resident at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital (LNJP) was found to have been paid by a junior resident doctor to work on his behalf. The accused fake doctor has been arrested by the Delhi Police on Thursday.
The DCP continued to say that they found out Khan was coming to the hospital every day and taking care of patients. He was using the doctor's ID — and he confessed to the police that he was getting paid to come to the hospital every day, reports The Indian Express.
"We are conducting an inquiry into the matter. The case involves a junior resident doctor. Because the impersonator was wearing PPE most of the time, we are yet to ensure how often he worked in place of the doctor. This is a very serious matter and the strictest possible action will be taken against the culprit," said a senior official from the hospital to TOI.
Khan has been registered against a case at the IP Estate police station while the doctor is being searched for by the police for his role in the matter.