Doctor Arrested After Spy Cameras Found In Woman Doctor’s Bedroom, Bath

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Pune Doctor Arrested: A 42-year-old neurologist was arrested for allegedly installing spy cameras in his trainee doctor’s bathroom and bedroom residential quarters as per the statement given by the police. The incident took place in Maharashtra’s Pune.

The Senior Police Inspector of Bharti Vidyapeeth police station, Jagannath Kalaskar said that “The accused doctor works in a city-based medical college as a neurologist lecturer.”

The trainee doctor was alerted when she tried to switch on her washroom’s bulb on July 6th. The bulb didn’t work due to which she called an electrician who took out a spy camera installed in the bulb. When the doctor found another spy camera in her bedroom she filed a police complaint against a stranger for installing hidden cameras in her bedroom and bathroom at doctors’ quarters.  

Noting the severity of the case, the police were hunting for the accused. While investigating the case, the police had been examining the CCTV footage of the surrounding areas, cross-examined the staff, and spotted a neurologist lecturer in one of the footage.

As per a report, the accused has been identified as Dr Sujit Abajirao Jagtap, one of the lecturers at the Bharti Vidyapeeth Medical College who also owns his clinic and works as a consultant doctor at multiple hospitals.

“During the investigation, we zeroed in on the neurologist, an MD, who was detained on Monday evening. He has been remanded to police custody for two days,” Kalaskar added.

Similar Case:

A similar incident took place in Mumbai’s washroom located near Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) station. The accused was arrested in Mumbai for filming a woman on his mobile phone. The 38-year-old man tried to peep while the 30-year-old woman was in an eatery’s washroom. The entire incident was recorded on a CCTV camera, and the accused was identified as Samir Hamid Shaikh, a resident of Dharavi.

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