Mystery shrouds death of inmate at rehab centre in Guwahati

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The deceased originally hailed from Pathsala in the Bajali district, informed the proprietor
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Guwahati: In yet another unusual incident, a woman was found dead in a mysterious condition at a rehab centre in Guwahati’s Kharguli area on Wednesday.

Now, whether the shabby conditions at the rehab centres in Guwahati have led to the death of the inmate or not is still a mystery, however, the proprietor during a conversation with the media claimed that the inmate had committed suicide in the wee hours.

The deceased originally hailed from Pathsala in the Bajali district, informed the proprietor.

 “She was a psychiatric patient and has attempted suicide earlier before staying for rehab. My daughter also took care of her during her stay, but, suddenly at around 4 am we found her dead in her room. We couldn’t believe she is no more, as she was recovering well,” said the proprietor.

The body of the deceased woman has been recovered by the police and sent for post-mortem.

Meanwhile, the family members of the deceased have accused the rehabilitation centre of negligence.

Earlier, one Sumitta Kumar Das (20) was found dead under mysterious circumstances and sources informed that he was not doing well for the last 10 days. He originally hailed from Dergaon under the Golaghat district.

The family members of the youth also claimed that he was unwell for the last couple of days, sources informed.

Dispur police also reached the spot and recovered the body.

As the investigation in connection to the death is underway, the competent authorities have not officially disclosed the cause of death to the media.

On the other side, the proprietor of the rehab centre had allegedly denied making any comments on the issue.

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