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Stranger found in dire strait

NAMRUP: The local residents in Namrup rescued a stranger in dire strait on Friday who is now battling for life at the Assam Medical College in Dibrugarh.

Ramesh Murmu, a local resident discovered the unidentified person at the railway station premises in the morning and passed the information to the railway police. Then a local pharmacist offered him primary treatment before sending him to the state dispensary. Then finally he was rushed to the Assam Medical College Hospital for better treatment.

Local residents and the police men were quite disappointed with the 108 officials who, initially refused to render service to the stranger patient.

 

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