Pune: Journalist Among Two Arrested For Extorting Rs 4 Lakh From Doctor Alleging Death Of Dog Due To Negligence

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Pune, 1st October 2022: Two persons including a journalist were caught red-handed by the Crime Branch of Pune city police who extorted Rs four lakhs from a doctor accusing him that a dog died due to his wrong treatment.


The accused have been identified as Nutan Rajesh Parkhe (47) of Kasba Peth and journalist Sandeep Shingote (38) of Vadgaonsheri. In this case, Dr Ashok Krishna Bhondve (62), a resident of Kalewadi has filed a complaint.


According to police, Nutan had taken an indie dog to Dr Bhondve for treatment. However, accusing the death of the dog due to wrong treatment, Nutan and Sandeep demanded Rs five lakhs from the doctor. Bhondve agreed to pay Rs four lakh after the compromise.


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Meanwhile, Dr Bhondve had complained to the Anti-Extortion Cell of the Crime Branch in this matter. Accordingly, the team laid a trap and caught the two red-handed while taking the amount of Rs four lakhs.


The action was taken by a comprising Police Inspector Ajay Waghmare, API Abhijit Patil, Sub Inspector Vikas Jadhav, Hema Dhebe, Bhapkar, Phulpagare, Sayaji Chavan, Nitin Kamble, Duryodhan Gurav, Vijay Done by Kamble, Gangawane.

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