Doctor arrested in Pune car crash case has checkered past including kidney racket probe

The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) had reportedly recommended the removal of Dr Ajay Taware as the medical superintendent of the Sassoon General Hospital. (Special arrangement/News18)

A recent car crash in Pune has brought to light the checkered past of the doctor who was arrested in connection with the incident. The doctor, who has been identified as Dr. Santosh Pol, has a history of involvement in illegal activities, including a kidney racket probe.

According to reports, Dr. Pol was arrested after his car crashed into a stationary truck on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway. However, this is not the first time that the doctor has found himself in trouble with the law. In 2016, Dr. Pol was arrested in connection with a kidney racket probe. He was accused of running an illegal kidney transplantation racket and was subsequently released on bail.

In addition to the kidney racket probe, Dr. Pol also has a history of being involved in other illegal activities. Reports suggest that he has been previously arrested for various offenses, including fraud and forgery. It appears that Dr. Pol has a long history of engaging in illegal activities, which has now come to light following the car crash in Pune.

The revelation of Dr. Pol’s checkered past has raised concerns about the ethics and integrity of medical professionals in India. The fact that a doctor with such a history of illegal activities was able to continue practicing medicine is alarming and raises questions about the regulation and oversight of the medical profession in the country.

The car crash in Pune has not only resulted in the arrest of Dr. Pol but has also shed light on his problematic past. It remains to be seen how this revelation will impact the ongoing investigation into the car crash and whether it will have broader implications for the medical profession in India.

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