Assamese man dies under treatment of fake doctor in a fake hospital in New Delhi

L- The deceased person, R- The fake hospital.

Delhi Bureau

New Delhi/Guwahati, December 29: In an absolutely shocking incident, a person from Assam, Utpal Saikia who was a resident of Munirka, South Delhi and was working with World Vision India, New Delhi died under the treatment of a fake doctor in a fake hospital.

The incident actually took place on November 16 but things took a dramatic twist on Thursday when Saikia’s sister Mausumi Saikia, who is also a practising physician in Lakhimpur Civil Hospital reached Delhi with her husband who is also a doctor.

The duo had come to Delhi to obtain the death certificate on Thursday but to their utter shock and dismay, upon enquiry they found that the hospital was a total fake, operating without a licence.

Sources informed that one laboratory assistant owns the hospital and he impersonates as a doctor. And Ram Yadav who treated Saikia has not registered himself with the Delhi Medical Council.

The fake doctor

Reportedly, one evening Saikia fell ill and was vomiting blood and then his landlord admitted him to nearby SHL hospital. He was admitted at 5 pm and by 2 am on November 16, hospital authorities declared him dead and got in touch with the family members in Lakhimpur.

Copy of the letter addressed to the Registrar, Delhi Medical Council.

Mousumi Saikia, the deceased person’s sister has already lodged a complaint with Medical Council of India and lodged an FIR with the Delhi Police.

Edited by: Arnab Jyoti Das