Delhi police have arrested two ambulance drivers for overcharging
Two ambulance drivers were arrested by Delhi police for overcharging for the ambulance facilities from the patients and their families. After receiving the complaint from the family about the driver on Friday.
RP Meena , Southeast DCP said “The complainant, Irshad, told us he wanted to shift his relative from Apollo Hospital to Holy Family hospital but the driver demanded Rs 8,500.” The distance between the hospitals is around 2 km.”
The Delhi police team called the driver acting as the client who needs ambulance service. DCP said “We asked for an ambulance from Jasola Apollo hospital to Holy Family. The driver asked for Rs 9,500 to travel 5 km. After bargaining, he agreed to shift the patient for Rs 8,500. When the driver reached Apollo, he was apprehended by our team”.
Devandra another driver who was the owner of the ambulance service in the city was charging rupees 10000 per person has also been arrested .
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