Authorities raid a clinic in Jalna, but a quack doctor escapes.

Taluka police arrested the quack on suspicion of cheating and slapped him with the proper sections of the Maharashtra Medical Practitioners Act . Authorities discovered that a flex depicting Siddhivinayak Hospital was left outside the clinic during a raid .

Aurangabad (Aurangabad): On Saturday, health officials and police searched a clinic in Jalna that was being run by two alleged quacks pretending to be doctors.Nonetheless, the quack gave the raiding team a slip.The Taluka police arrested the quack on suspicion of cheating and then slapped him with the proper sections of the Maharashtra Medical Practitioners Act, according to a complaint filed by taluka health officer Dr Sheetal Soni.Authorities discovered that a flex depicting Siddhivinayak Hospital was left outside the clinic during a raid carried out in Antarwala village, which is on the outskirts of Jalna town.

To verify the facts, the two suspects also alleged to have false medical registration numbers.One of the suspect quacks was treating two patients, according to Dr Soni.When the 26-year-old quack was told to obtain his degree, he said he was still pursuing medical studies.According to Dr Soni, the raiding team was busy inspecting the clinic, but he took advantage of the situation and fled the scene.

District administration officials echoed him, claiming to have assembled a list of such clinics being run and operated by quacks from different areas.We also have information about some shady guys who claim to be Bengali doctors with experience in treating piles, and our teams are on the lookout for them, according to the official.