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Fake Doctor’s Fatal Mistake Claims Mother and Child During Labor

Fake Doctor's Fatal Mistake Claims Mother and Child During Labor

The tragic incident in Korangi No.4, Karachi, where a pregnant woman lost her life during labor due to the care provided by an impostor posing as a female doctor, has sent shockwaves through the community and raised serious concerns about the dangers of fraudulent medical practitioners.

According to reports by ARY News, the family of the deceased sought the assistance of the purported female doctor for the delivery of the baby. However, despite their efforts, the woman delivered a stillborn child. Subsequently, when her condition deteriorated, the family rushed her to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JMPC) for further treatment, where she tragically passed away.

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The grieving family has accused the Karachi police of shielding the impostor, alleging that they initially suggested conducting a postmortem examination but later cited legal procedures as a reason for not initiating any action.

In response to this tragedy, the family has demanded the filing of a First Information Report (FIR) against the fake female doctor.

This heartbreaking incident underscores the urgent need for stringent measures to tackle the proliferation of fraudulent medical practitioners. It highlights the deficiencies in regulatory oversight and enforcement within the healthcare system, as well as the risks posed to public health and safety by impostors masquerading as qualified healthcare professionals.

It is imperative for authorities to take decisive action to prevent such incidents in the future and to ensure the safety and well-being of patients seeking medical care. Additionally, raising awareness among the public about the importance of verifying the credentials of healthcare providers before seeking their services is crucial in preventing similar tragedies.