Assam: Two GMCH Employee Arrested For Duping Patient
The duo has been arrested for duping a person in the name of medical examination in GMCH.
GUWAHATI: In a shameful episode, police detained two men from Assam's Guwahati city for fooling patient in Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH). The arrest was made on 9th of February, Thursday, by a team of Bhangagarh police department.
The duo has been arrested for duping a person in the name of medical examination in GMCH. Police informed that, one of the accused is an employee in the hospital and the other is a medical representative.
The story began after the medical employee took an amount of Rs 10000 from a patient in the name of doing a medical test. Later, the patient noted that their was no sign of any sort of examination, hence, he approached the police to look into the matter and registered an FIR at Guwahati's Bhangagarh police department.
As a result, the duo was nabbed. One more case of fraud came to the surface as Dispur police arrested a person from Guwahati city. An owner of a travel agency rented vehicles from varied people and sold them without any sort of consent to other customers. The arrest has been made on 23rd of January, Monday.
As per sources, the accused has been identified as Rishi Rajkhowa, a resident of Kamrup. The concerned police department nabbed the accused after receiving several complaints from people against the accused. The complaints were lodged by vehicle owners who gave away their cars to Rishi, and did not get them back.
Once the vehicles were sent for rent, it started to disappear from the agency. Rajkhowa was the owner of Gear Up Agency. Based on the complaints, police carried on an operation and recovered 10 vehicles from Assam's Nagaon, Morigaon district and few more regions of the state. Following a thorough investigation regarding the matter, it came to light that the missing vehicles were reportedly sold off to several people in different locations of Assam.