In a shocking incident, a doctor, whose wrong medication led to the death of a person, tried to set it ablaze in a bid to destroy the evidence against him.
According to New Indian Express report the incident took place in Shamshabad on the outskirts of the city. The deceased identified as Nayimuddin (45), who is a resident of Falaknuma and works at a local pan shop in Shamshabad.
Nayeem was a regular client of Salman, a registered medical practitioner (RMP), who runs a clinic in Shamshabad.
Victim approached Salman on Sunday, as he was suffering from back pain and some other ailments. “It is learnt that the injection that Salman injected to Nayimuddin was overdose”.
“Minutes after Salman Injected the dose, Nayimuddin developed complications and fell unconscious, and died in the clinic itself.
“Afraid about the consequences, the RMP took the dead body on his bike to an isolated place at Shatamrai locality and tried to burn it after pouring petrol over it,” said RGIA inspector T Sudhakar the inspector said.
But the plans of Salman went wrong as locals caught him red-handed while attempting to set the body on fire.
Local caught Salman who was trying to escape and alerted RGIA police. Police rushed to the spot and arrested the doctor. They recovered the partially burnt body, which was shifted to Osmania mortuary for postmortem.
The RGIA police registered a case against the doctor.