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According to a police press release, the fake doctor, V. Ramasekar, who was a resident of Kannadasan Nagar, did not possess an MBBS certificate but had duped people for several years by setting up a private clinic--"Vasu Clinic".
One of his patients, Lakshmanan of Tondiarpet Sastri Nagar, is reported to have developed reactions because of the faulty treatment at the clinic. Based on his complaint, the quack was arrested and remanded to 15 days judicial custody as per the orders of the George Town Judicial Magistrate.
Enquiries revealed that Ramasekar was recruited for medical education in Government Stanley Medical College in 1992, but had to subsequently withdraw when his community certificate was found to be fake. He had started his medical `career' at Kannadasan Nagar and shifted to J.J.Nagar two years ago.
A case has been filed under the Medical Council of India Act, 1956.
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