In a heart wrenching incident, a 75 year old doctor was beaten to death while serving at a tea garden in Jorhat, Assam.
The incident took place when a female patient breathed her last at the hospital.
The attendants alleged that the patient died due to the negligence of the hospital.
After the death of the patient, the attendants and the locals gathered at the hospital premises and smashed the hospital infrastructure. They brutally assaulted Dr Deben Dutta, who got critically injured. The mob fury was so much that Dr Dutta could only be rescued once the police reached the spot.
He was later transferred to JMCH, where he breathed his last.
A price he paid for his services at this age.
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