Published On : Tue, Jun 16th, 2015

A doctor’s clinic sabotaged, Rs 10,000 cash looted

Nagpur: Five unsocial elements forced their entry into the clinic of Dr Dilip Deotare, situated at Tukdoji Chowk under Hudkeshwar police station, committed sabotage and took away Rs 10 cash from the drawers of table. After the robbers fled the spot, Dr Deotare lodged a complaint with Hudkeshwar police which has registered a under sections 395 and 427 IPC against the robbers.

As informed by the police, Dr Deotare, reesident of Wanjari Nagar, runs his clinic at Tukdoji Chowk on Manewada Road. He was attending patients in his clinic on the evening of Monday, June 15. Meanwhile, an unidentified person brought a patient to him. Examining the patient, Dr Deotare advised the patrient to better go to Government Medical College Hospital. It irritated the unidentified person and he resorted to abusive attitude with the doctor, and left the clinic.

Soon after this, the accused identified as Ashish Prithviraj Tagade, aged 27, resident of Kukde Layout, Prakash Praveen Deo, aged 20, resident of Lane-1L, Chandramani Nagar, Rohit Rajkumar Walde, aged 22, resident of Lane-8 Chandramani Nagar, Atul Prakash Thool, aged 31, Lane-3R, Chandramani Nagar and Akash Mohan Kawle, resident of Rameshwari Road, Kunjilalpeth forced their entry into Dr Deotare’s clinic and committed sabotage. The Accused then looted Rs 10,000 cash from the drawers, threatening the doctor of dire consequences with the lethal weapons, and fled the spot with the booty.

The Hudkeshwar police is further investigating the case.