Fraudsters nailed by Top Surgeon, Dr.Prashant Jindal’s team

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Jury members were approached to give wrong judgment, admits GMC.

The case is extraordinary evidence, of the high handedness of the GMC, with mockable allegations brought against a top eye surgeon, by a BBC reporter with vested interests, and then the jury members threatened in private. Numerous frauds & networks exposed.

GMC has admitted that the jury was approached in their hotel but silent on who gave details of their whereabouts to the reporter. A group of extortionists planted patients, trained them & brought false allegations to the General Medical Council & then approached jury members illegally and privately to give judgment against the highly respected & top eye surgeon of UK, Dr Prashant Jindal.

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Location: Manchester UK, June 2022. Minutes of the public hearing, attended in person by our Manchester correspondent:

Dr. Prashant Jindal is respected as one of the best refractive eye surgeon in the UK, is responsible for many game-changing innovations in the field, treating the most complex of cases and celebrities from Hollywood to heads of state to Olympic champions, besides being a best-selling author. Also, he worked six days a week throughout the pandemic but was taken to GMC for being too sincere to his patients and work.

A team led by Ms. Nicola Dowling of the BBC, about whom a lot of articles have recently surfaced is also involved in vexatiously bringing fake cases against him. The purpose is to extort huge sums of money from doctors with a parallel compensation claim filed and the GMC case is to build the pressure to settle. Dowling chased Dr.Jindal since years but being unable to find a single clinical issue against him, her strategy changed to planting a non-clinical issue.

Planting patients:
Dowling then found two patients (operated on in 2011 & 2016 resp) & provided them audio-visual recording equipment. She coached them to visit Dr.Jindal’s clinic, and lodge false complaints but not to allow any examination of their eyes post-op (all evidence available with us and will be available on our website).

Nicola Dowling of BBC also lodged false complaints with the police of fraud to incite an arrest. Parallelly, a false compensation claim in court was filed, and offers were sent via solicitors to settle by paying up, which Dr.Jindal refused to and opted to fight in the court.

Dr Prashant Jindal with the legend, Shane Warne

Seeing that Dr. Prashant Jindal was tough to break, Dowling’s team wrote to the GMC that she represented two patients who allege that Dr. Jindal was not present during their surgery and was out of the country during that period and that his son possibly did their surgeries. Despite no cogent evidence, the GMC entertained these seemingly vexatious and personal complaints and ordered a full court hearing on the matter.

A complete well planned 3-prong attack was adopted by the BBC team and offers to settle with money were sent again. The patient’s names have been disclosed by Dowling’s team herself in their blog.

Patient-A: Says Dr Jindal was in the room but he did not hear him, hence somebody else did the surgery:
Sandy Miller, the first patient, who achieved perfect vision of 20/20 is a skiing instructor in Switzerland, a high-end sport needing precision vision ( ). He had been openly blackmailing (evidence made available), asking for money from the clinic, at the behest that there was cheaper treatment available at the time and he paid more. He first lodged a complaint in the General Optical Council, the GOC against Dr.Jindal’s assistant, to blackmail for payment and then later apologized to him for making a false complaint (apology letter available with us).

Dr Prashant Jindal & his patient, leading Hollywood star, Anthony (Tony) Robbins

Dowling then wrote to the GMC on Miller’s behalf to start a hearing against Dr. Jindal stating that Miller’s eyes were fine, Dr.Jindal did not operate on him. No evidence was provided on this and no reason was discernible why Miller realized this 7 years after surgery and never mentioned this in hundreds of his emails in these 7 years seeking £500 refund on price match. During the hearing, a lot of loopholes in Millers stories were found including him admitting that he knew Dr Jindal was his surgeon (earlier denied) and that he was consented by Dr.Jindal, but that he believed that there were two people in the room. He admitted that he could not see either of those two people during surgery, but that Dr.Jindals voice came from his foot side during surgery and the voice from behind his head was that of Pakistani accent, which was Dr Jindal’s assistant. He hence built a story that this was the reason that he hence believed Dr Jindal did not do his surgery.

During cross examination, Miller was caught out & blurted out that actually there were three people in the room including Dr.Jindal. When asked why he said two people initially, he stated that he meant he meant “two significant” people upon which even the jury was shocked and the manipulation was on the wall. GMC’s own expert confirmed that there was no way Miller could see Jindal or his assistant during surgery due to the nature of the surgery.

Miller was asked if he saw Dr Jindal’s son or his assistant doing surgery on him, to which he stated that how could he see anybody during the time of his own eye surgery!! Moreover, in 2011, when Miller’s surgery occurred, Dr.Jindal’s son was 4 years old and unlikely to have done the surgery, as reported in various news articles.

Patient-B: Claims Dr Jindal was in Spain but fails to explain how he met him on surgery day:
The second patient, Patient-B, was a carpenter turned boxer, Greg Brady. He claimed that Dr. Jindal was in Spain when he was operated upon and that he realized this a few years later when watching an interview of Dr.Prashant Jindal on TV. He said that he has gone blind and presented pictures of massively injured eyes and face, which are found to be post-boxing injuries. Dowling & her team had earlier lodged false complaints with the police with same issue and owing to pressure from the BBC, the Metropolitan police appointed its top detectives on the unbelievable case.

Sadly for Brady and Dowling, videos were found of Mr.Brady walking perfectly well on the busy streets of London. These videos were played in the hearing and left the entire public gallery in the hearing shell shocked (copies of the video to be shared soon). Also found were numerous pictures posted by Mr.Brady on social media showing how happy and clear-visioned he was after his eye surgery. Although he removed the photos when lodging the false complaint, these were dug out online from google cache (Brady was shown and asked about them in court- to which no plausible answer was available). Pictures included him driving sports cars after surgery, mentioning his great vision, taking dogs for a stroll and almost another 100 pictures from social media post-surgery. He had also posted Instagram posts with semi – nude pictures of himself saying that he was feeling on top of the world and on cross examination mentioned “I am vain- what’s your problem.”

Dr Jindal proven to be in UK and operating numerous other patients the same day:
Sufficient evidence was also found that Dr.Jindal was in the country and operated on him and another ten patients the same day. Eight months later, the police dismissed the case, but surprisingly, took no action against Mr.Brady for the false complaint.

He was cross examined on these by Dr.Jindal’s lawyers and conceded that they were his pictures and clicked after surgery. On being asked “How could you walk in the streets of London as seen in the video”, he answered “I walk with my legs, not with my eyes”, breaking the media gallery into laughter. Brady knew his game was over.

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Sumeet Verma
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