The Indian government led by PM Modi made a solid strike on the fake currency rackets by taking the revolutionary decision of demonetization and got succeeded in destroying these groups to some extent but still there are some anti-social elements who are involved in this crime and recently a doctor got conned by a patient as the patient paid his fees with a fake Rs. 500 note.
The name of the doctor is Dr. Manan Vora who is an orthopaedic surgeon and also creates health content on newly launched Threads. He took to Threads, shared a photo of a Rs 500 note and wrote, “Recently, a patient actually made a cash payment for a consultation using this note. My receptionist didn’t end up checking it (coz frankly you don’t expect this, right?) but it goes to show the lengths people would go to, even if it means conning a doctor. I refuse to believe they didn’t know about it either and just passed it along haan. Anyway, I had a good laugh and I’ve saved this note with me since it’s a fun memory, even though I have been robbed off of ₹500.”
Post by @dr.mananvoraView on Threads
Soon, people started reacting on the thread written by the doctor, while there were some who had sympathy with the doctor, there were few who said that the high consultation fees charged by the doctor has left poor people with no other option and several others also felt that people have got inspired from Shahid Kapoor starrer “Farzi”.
Here are some reactions:
What do you think of this incident? Need to be extra cautious now, agree?