Maharastra: Doctor earlier sentenced for female foeticide, arrested for practising without a license
Maharastra: After serving sentence for female foeticide, a Beed based doctor who had been barred from practising medicine has now been placed under arrest by the police for illegally running a nursing home at Ramnagar in Parli.
The license of the doctor had been revoked previously as the doctor along with his wife were proved guilty in a case of female foeticide and illegal abortion in 2012 and they also received 10 years sentence for the said crime.
After 7 years, the doctor was released last year considering his behaviour. However, recently the authorities received reports that he had been illegally running a facility. After the investigation, he was found practising without a license and the police have arrested him.
Beed superintendent of police Harssh Poddar told TOI, "Based on the complaint lodged by medical officer the Parli city police station registered an offense under various sections, including the PC-PNDT Act, Maharashtra Medical Practitioners Act, Indian Medical Council Act, and for cheating and using criminal force to deter a public servant from performing his duty. The accused was arrested on Sunday afternoon."