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Haryana: Fraudster booked for using fake papers to obtain blood centre licence
Gurugram: The Food and Drugs Administration recently registered an FIR against a Hisar-based resident for producing forged documents for obtaining a licence of a blood centre.In the documents, Sandeep Kumar showed himself as a manager of Aarvy Healthcare and Superspecialty Hospital, Sector 90, Gurugram, according to police.Also Read:Viral Video: Jodhpur Plastic Surgeon booked for dragging...
Gurugram: The Food and Drugs Administration recently registered an FIR against a Hisar-based resident for producing forged documents for obtaining a licence of a blood centre.
In the documents, Sandeep Kumar showed himself as a manager of Aarvy Healthcare and Superspecialty Hospital, Sector 90, Gurugram, according to police.
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He applied for the licence in the name of the hospital, which has denied filing any application for the centre, police said.
The hospital had, on September 15, submitted a complaint to the police, alleging the misuse of its stationery and the signature of doctors and directors by an unknown person.
The case against Kumar was lodged on Thursday on the authorities' complaint.
The FIR has been registered under Sections 420 (cheating), 467 (forgery of valuable security), 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), 471 (using the forged document), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC at the Kherki Daula police station.
In a press release on Thursday, state Health Minister Anil Vij told blood centres to operate according to the law. He said people and blood centres involved in illegal activities will be dealt with strictly. He said the state government till now lodged nine FIRs, suspending licences of 15 blood centres.
Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that a Kakinada-based private hospital, Ramya Hospital had treated a woman for eight months for her pregnancy, which was later revealed to be non-existent. The woman has been identified as 26-year-old Vaddi Mahalakshmi and her husband, Satyanarayana, who lives in Yanam. The patient's relatives alleged that the hospital lied about the woman's pregnancy and cheated them of money. In contrast, the hospital alleged that the woman was going through mental health issues due to which she pretended to be pregnant.
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Kajal joined Medical Dialogue in 2019 for the Latest Health News. She has done her graduation from the University of Delhi. She mainly covers news about the Latest Healthcare. She can be contacted at email@example.com.