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Upsets for Doctors supporters in ‘Spitting on Doctors’ Case : All accused persons are given ‘Interim Bail’ till 29th August !!!
TIWN Aug 4, 2020
Upsets for Doctors supporters in ‘Spitting on Doctors’ Case : All accused persons are given ‘Interim Bail’ till 29th August !!!
PHOTO : Accused persons in 'Spitting' case got interim bail. TIWN Pic Aug 4, 2020

AGARTALA, Aug 4 (TIWN): In an upsetting hearing for the Doctors supporters, Tripura Police failed to take the accused persons under custody who were allegedly involved in “Spitting" on Doctor Sangeeta Chakraborty in Bhagat Singh COVID-19 Care Centre on July 24 amid an argument between Doctors and Patients. All the arrested persons 1) Bisawajit Das, 2) Milan Das, 3) Karnajit Dey, 4) Ranjit Saha were taken to NCC PS today after they completed 7 days institutional quarantine, were produced before the Court and have received “Interim Bail” till August 29. Talking to media, the Govt side advocate APP Dipa Bhattacharya said, Police had appealed for 5 days police custody for the accused persons but after the hearing they have received interim bails and bailed out till 29th of August.

 These four COVID-19 patients were booked after they allegedly abused and spat on the woman doctor at Bhagat Singh COVID-19 Care Centre here on July 24.

A police official said that the four accused, who have recovered from the disease, are arrested after the completion of their seven-days institutional quarantine period.

But all of them have received interim bails. TIWN YouTube Video, Govt side Advocate's statement

Before producing the accused persons police said, “"Some coronavirus patients on July 24 spat at and aggressively abused West Tripura District Health Surveillance Officer Sangita Chakraborty at a Covid care centre in Agartala when she had gone there on Friday to admit five women who had given birth to babies a day before”..

Doctor Sangeeta Chakraborty told the media: "One of the patients rinsed his mouth and spat on my head from the roof of the Covid care centre, forcing me to rush inside the centre”.

She said they had reached the care centre with a health department team and police personnel to admit the new patients when a group of people, men and women, obstructed and falsely claimed that there were no vacant beds in the centre.


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