NEW DELHI: A Class XII passout pretending to be an ‘MBBS doctor pursuing MD’ was arrested while ‘examining’ patients in the gynaecology ward of Morena district hospital in Madhya Pradesh on Monday, reports P Naveen.
The accused, 30-year-old Sanjay Mahor, was arrested once earlier from another hospital in the same district in December 2019 after he had performed postmortems, even prepared reports of medico legal cases, and examined hundreds of patients over a six-month period. He was given bail by the HC two weeks ago, but promptly went back to what he knows best.
On Sunday, he went into the gynaecology ward and started examining patients’ medical documents. One of the nurses felt his behavior was suspicious and she informed hospital authorities, who called the police. During interrogation, Sanjay said he had tried to crack the medical entrance several times after Class XII but his childhood dream of becoming a doctor was “shattered by the Vyapam scam”.