Two more medicos arrested under Operation Quack

KATHMANDU: Two more medicos -- a doctor and a dentist -- who allegedly pursued their studies using fake academic certificates of intermediate level have been arrested, Nepal Police said.

Nepal Police's Central Investigation Bureau identified the suspects as Bal Krishna Aryal  (37) of Putali Bazar, Syangja and Sanjeev Kumar Sah (38) of Janakpur, Dhanusha.

CIB said Aryal, now 37, studied MBBS in Pakistan using fake certificates that showed he passed ISc from India. He was currently working in Mideast Polyclinic in the United Arab Emirates, according to the CIB. He was arrested from Bansbari of Kathmandu on Friday.

Likewise, Sah also allegedly used fake Indian ISc certificates to pursue BDS and MDS from Nepal.

He was working at the Morang-based Janasewa Dental Hospital.

The CIB apprehended him from Sanobharyang in Kathmandu on Saturday.


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