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Doctors stage protest

Members from Indian Medical Association (IMA) of Kokrajhar branch has carried out a candle light rally in Kokrajhar town on Tuesday evening in protest against the brutal killing of Dr Deben Dutta, a doctor in Teok tea estate hospital. The rally was started from Kokrajhar RNB civil hospital complex traversed to RNB Road, JD Road,fly over and concluded at the same point.

Medical fraternities have strongly protested the brutally attack and killing of Dr Dutta.

Doctor and medical staffs participated the rally with banner, placards and demanded strict actions to the culprits.

Jorhat police so far arrested 30 persons involved in the gruesome crime.


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