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Fabricating false evidence is a punishable offense

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If a doctor fabricates false evidence, for example, the name of a hospital in the Mediclaim form, so that the patient gets the claim, this amounts to criminal offense and imprisonment up to 3 years and fine.Section 192 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has clarified what constitutes false evidence. It should be read along with Section 193, which clearly mentions the punishment for the same. “192. Fabricating false evidence.—Whoever causes any circumstance to exist or 1[makes any fa...
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