TB Patient Rescued, Admitted To RNB Civil Hospital

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KOKRAJHAR, MAY 28: Amidst ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation across the state, a TB patient and his elderly mother has been face denied to enter their room due to locked by house owner which led them to be street life today in Kokrajhar town.

The patient is coming from very poor family, was identified as Debabrata Goswami (42) and his mother Purnima Goswami (60), who are leading their life in a rented house at a house of Nimai Pal under Santinagar (Ward No.2) in Kokrajhar since few ten years.

Debabrata Goswami was under treatment at RNB civil hospital for TB disease since few years and was hospitalized for one month and today he was discharged from the hospital. But, the house owner didn’t allow them to enter their room besides locked the room.

Later, Debabrata Goswami and his elderly mother have to stay along the road side for nearly 3 hours since 9 am in a mysterious condition.

Members from Ideal NGO and Robin Hood Association, Kokrajhar having information about the mysteriously staying along the road side near BPCM Babyland School, Santinagar Kokrajhar rushed the spot and took stock about persons and intimated to the police immediately.

Police team Kokrajhar PS under the leadership of Kokrajhar PS officer in-charge Dipak Saikia and NGO members rescued the TB patient and immediately admitted the patient at RNB road hospital for re-treatment.

NGO members extending mankind solidarity come forward to extend helping hand and rescued the TB patient with an immediate response.

President of the Ideal NGO, Praloya Datta told that they have got information about a person and his mother were lying on a roadside in a helplessness condition and they immediately rushed the spot and rescued them for medical treatment.

He said that his NGO members are working dedicatedly towards social venture and building a helping hand among the needy peoples.

“Police steps to ensure medical treatment for the TB patient who was denied to enter their rented house”, said police officer Saikia.