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Uproar over child's death at Golaghat civil hospital

  • Uproar over a child's death at Golaghat civil hospital
    Uproar over a child's death at Golaghat civil hospital

Chaos was witnessed at Golaghat Kushal Konwar Civil Hospitla after the death of an eighteen month old male child. The deceased child Yasin Ali was admitted to the hospital at around 11.30 am on Wednesday after he consumed kerosene oil at his home. He was admitted into the hospital at critical condition and after some time he was declared death by the doctor. When the parents took their child’s body for burial he showed some signs of life and they immediately rushed back to the hospital but unfortunately he already breathed his last. Sameda Begum and Shafique Ali, the parents of the child alleged that after their child was pronounced death by Dr. Rajiv Phukan who was attending the child, they had taken him for performing the last rites. This has angered the deceased relatives followed by an angry retaliation from the public and an unruly scene was created at the hospital. Later police arrived at the hospital and taken the situation under control.

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