He swindled his father-in-law into arranging for chambers where he “treated" patients.
Abhijeet Roy, the culprit had claimed in a matrimonial ad that he was a pediatric cardiologist.
He married the daughter of an Eastern Coalfields executive in Mar 2010 and moved into his in-laws" house.
But Roy"s wife and father-in-law began suspecting him when he demanded Rs 3 lakh to buy a flat in Noapara.
Roy"s father-in-law contacted the Indian Medical Association, which made inquiries and found out Roy was a fraud.
Roy, who had returned home in Jun 2010, was caught after his wife lured him to Asansol by saying her father was ready to pay Rs 50,000.
Police said to The Telegraph that Roy had worked as an assistant with doctors.