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Docs chop off limbs for beggars
Hacker docs in the dock, IMA promises action
New Delhi: After CNN-IBN and DIG exposed doctors who cut off beggars' limbs for a price to help the beggar mafia the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has promised to prosecute the erring doctors. 
Dr Ajay Kumar, National President Elect of the Indian Medical Association has said that the doctors will be arrested immediately.
"If they are registered with the IMA then their medical license will be immediately suspended," he said.
The police have already taken Dr P K Bansal for questioning. He runs a clinic named Orthomat in Delhi's Old Rajinder Nagar locality. 
Dr Bansal had agreed to amputate the limbs of a beggar despite knowing that the law prohibits amputation by will. 
Another doctor, Ghaziabad-based Ajay Agarwal took money to amputate healthy limbs of a DIG investigator who posed as a prospective beggar.
In a sting operation, a team of CNN-IBN reporters showed that orthopaedic surgeon Ajay Agarwal, against all moral principles and medical ethics, for this unethical practice. Dr Agarwal put the fake beggar through a series of medical tests at his nursing home.
The surgeon pocketed Rs 4,000 as advance for the operation from the team while also giving advice on how the amputation could be made to look legal.
When CNN-IBN reached Dr Ajay Agarwal at the Noida Civil Hospital, the cameraperson was pushed and abused. 
It was in fact Dr Ajay Agarwal who had referred Dr P K Bansal to the investigative team as part of amputation nexus.
Dr Ajay Agarwal is absconding and the police are trying to track him down.
CNN-IBN had also exposed Dr Arvind Agarwal of Bareilly.
Dr Agarwal, who is also the Secretary of the Orthopaedic Association of Bareilly is now absconding. 
His wife says he has not returned since Saturday afternoon.
When questioned about Dr Agarwal, his wife, Dr Neera Agarwal said,”If he has not come then how can I tell you?”
The police are now looking out for him. The Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Bareilly, Anand Swaroop said, "We are looking for him and have contacted IMA for cooperation." 



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