At a shocking incident that took place at the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Center in outer Delhi, a 30-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly installing a spy camera at the nurse's changing room.
The accused, identified as Sandeep Sharma, has been booked under Section 354 C (voyeurism) of IPC. He is a native of Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, said a police official.
AdvertisementAccording to the police, a nurse noticed the camera installed at the changing room on the second floor of the hospital on and raised an alarm. The hospital authorities reported the matter to the police.
Once the camera was recovered, police started questioning hospital staff and zeroed in on Mr Sharma. During questioning, Mr Sharma confessed to the crime and the camera was sent to a forensic lab, said police.
However, the police hasn't yet been able to recover any image or video clip from Mr Sharma's possession, who has so far claimed that he didn't use to store those files. Investigation in the case is underway, the official added.
"When the incident came to light, we reported it to the police and cooperated in the probe. The accused staff member has been placed under suspension," said Sanjeev Gupta, Medical Superintendent at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Center.
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