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Visakhapatnam, May 21, 2005
Several fresh charges have been leveled against the managing director of Deepti Nursing Home, Nageswararao who is now under judicial remand in connection with a rape case. At a press conference conducted by the Progressive Organization for Women S.Vijaya who had worked in the nursing home for ten years alleged that the doctor took Rs.4.5 lakhs from her family promising to refund it once his nursing home got the status of a corporate hospital.
After a wordy duel with him on May 8, he gave two blank cheques. On verification, it was found that he had no account in the bank. She met the Deputy Commissioner of Police KL Reddy and lodged a complaint against Dr.Nageswararao.
In this connection, one Mr.Trinadharao who claimed that he was a child hood friend of the doctor alleged that he had served a legal notice on Dr.Nageswararao for his failure to repay Rs.5 lakhs.The POW convener, K.Padma leveled serious charges against the doctor.
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