In Delhi Medical Racket That Cost Lives, Cops Find Pharmacy Link: Sources

The last quiet, whose passing at the Agarwal Clinical Center brought it under police focal point, was alluded to it by Julfikar, sources said.


The phony clinic in South Delhi where two patients passed on in the wake of being worked on, purportedly by unfit specialists, used to get individuals alluded to it by a neighborhood drug store, sources said. Addressing of the captured suspects drove the police to the drug store, where they saw as the proprietor, Julfikar ran it without a substantial permit. The last quiet, whose demise at the Agarwal Clinical Center brought it under police focal point, was alluded to it by Julfikar, sources said.

Recently, four individuals – – Dr Neeraj Agarwal, his better half Pooja Agarwal and Dr Jaspreet Singh – were captured alongside previous lab specialist Mahender Singh – – were captured from the Agarwal Clinical Center after passings of two patients who went through medical procedures. The patients’ families have claimed that Dr Agarwal is a doctor however he has produced reports and plays out a changed scope of medical procedures.


Julfikar used to sell homeopathic and allopathic drugs at the facility cum-medication shop in Sangam Vihar, sources said. However, he didn’t have a substantial permit to sell meds and had reached Dr Neeraj Aggarwal. He had got Aggarwal’s number from the cards that were disseminated by the Agarwal Clinical Center workers in Sangam Vihar.


Ultimately they showed up at a plan under which Julfikar sent patients who required activity for kidney, nerve bladder stones to the center. He likewise sent pregnant people for conveyance and fetus removal.


Dr Neeraj Aggarwal consented to pay him 35% of the sum charged by every patient. The cash was moved through UPI, sources said.


The plan has been running for about six years, sources said. The last understanding he sent was Asgar Ali, who kicked the bucket during treatment. Asghar Ali was owned up to the facility in 2022 for gallbladder medical procedure, which was supposedly led by Pooja Agarwal and Mahendra


Julfikar used to send around 40 to 50 patients each month/year to the Agarwal Clinical Center. With Dr Neeraj Aggarwal charging ₹ 15,000 to 20,000 for conveyance, stone activity and ₹ 5000 to ₹ 6000 for fetus removals, Julfikar procured a significant sum, sources said.


Police said starting around 2016, there have been something like nine grievances against Dr Agarwal, Pooja and the Agarwal Clinical Center.


In seven cases, patients kicked the bucket because of clinical carelessness, news organization PTI has announced, citing police sources.

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