Police said the accused Ishan had managed to get forged neurosurgery MBBS certificates from popular colleges of Canada, Egypt and London.
During investigations, it has surfaced that he has only passed Class 12 examination and thereafter got fake certificates from different medical colleges. According to police, Ishan was treating a cancer patient of UP few months ago in his clinic. The patient was later reported to have died.
The complainant, Manzoor Ahmad, told police that he met the accused some three months ago on social media and he posed as an Army officer belonging to Odisha. He would often share Hadith (sayings of Prophet) and highlighted various problems facing Muslims and ‘atrocities’ committed on them in various parts of India. One day, Bukhari called him and offered help in the name of God in recruiting a group of people.
After few days, Manzoor said, he received a call from the accused wherein he asked for Rs 15,000 each as “processing charges” and provided an account number to deposit the money.
“I collected the amount and subsequently deposited in the account,” Manzoor said. After there was no contact with the accused, Manzoor became worried and subsequently filed a complaint with the police station.