Two women doctors were arrested on Thursday for allegedly conducting pre-natal sex determination tests at a private hospital, police said.
An auto-rickshaw driver, who used to bring the pregnant women to the centre, was also held by a police team following a complaint by a medical official.
The police team later raided the hospital, they said.
The driver charged each woman Rs 9,000 and paid Rs 3,000 to the doctors, police said.
A case was registered under relevant IPC sections and the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Sex Selection Determination Prohibited and Regulation Act, the official added.
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