Delhi Doctor Ran An Illegal Sex Determination Racket from his car in secluded forest land: The Sonepat police take into cell reportedly on this week a Delhi-based doctor and his two acquaintances for running an organization which actually checks the sex of the child before its birth.
This is actually racket of an illegal sex determination from inside a car situated in an isolated forest land on Delhi-Haryana border.
Dr. Subhash Jain of Delhi’s Narela, Vinod Kumar of Nangal Kalan and Manoj Kumar of Sonepat were arrested post a raid happened by the health department which received appropriate hints about their illegal activity.
Deputy civil surgeon Dr. Adarsh Sharma as per various said and accused about a pregnant woman, who did a deal to determine the sex of her foetus for Rs 30,000.
The medical reports of the red herring woman were prepared and already signed by the civil surgeon.
A pregnant woman was used as the decoy to trap the alleged doctor and his two acquaintances from the isolated forest land near Delhi-Haryana border.
On a Wednesday evening, the woman was reportedly reached to the Ram Devi Chowk in Narela by the alleged doctor, where his associate Manoj taken Rs 30,000 from the women.
She was then signed and asked to sit in a Maruti Swift Dzire car and was taken to an isolated forest land in Sersa village which falls on the border of the two states, Delhi and Haryana.
After sometimes, the alleged doctor came in his car and asked the women to come with him.
The health department team and the state police team were already following the car walk off with the alleged doctor just as he was all set to begin the procedure on the woman, the police arrived on the neckline of time.
An ultrasound machine alongside a battery and a generator fitted in the trunk of the doctor’s car that was also seized and sealed by the police.
Police said the alleged had already distributed the money, of which Rs 20,000 has been reached to Dr. Jain’s pockets anyway.
The three were booked under Sections 3, 4, 5, 6 and 23 of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PC and PNDT) Act and 120 B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.
The state police said the whole alleged team of doctors and his associates will be produced in a court and taken on remand to know more facts about the illegal tests they have conducted in the past.