Abandoned Doctor's House in Assam's Nagaon Turns into Drug and Sex Trafficking Hub

Local criminals drove out the legitimate occupants, leaving the houses in a dilapidated and neglected state
According to local sources, the criminal activities around the abandoned house peak after the hospital closes at 2 a.m. 
 (Representational image: Pixabay)
According to local sources, the criminal activities around the abandoned house peak after the hospital closes at 2 a.m. (Representational image: Pixabay)

The abandoned official residence of a doctor at the Karaiyani Primary Health Centre in Nagaon, Assam, has reportedly become a hotspot for drug trade and sex trafficking. This situation raises serious concerns about public safety and the effectiveness of local law enforcement.

The residence, located within the jurisdiction of the Town Itasali police station, has undergone a significant and disturbing transformation. Originally intended for doctors, nurses, and other hospital staff, the government accommodations were abandoned years ago due to increasing criminal activities in the area. Local criminals drove out the legitimate occupants, leaving the houses in a dilapidated and neglected state.

The residence, located within the jurisdiction of the Town Itasali police station, has undergone a significant and disturbing transformation. 
 (Representational image: Unsplash)
The residence, located within the jurisdiction of the Town Itasali police station, has undergone a significant and disturbing transformation. (Representational image: Unsplash)

According to local sources, the criminal activities around the abandoned house peak after the hospital closes at 2 a.m. The area then transforms into a base for drug trafficking and the sex trade. This has caused significant unrest among the local community, who are now demanding swift and effective action from authorities to reclaim the premises and restore safety to the area.

The ongoing illegal activities at the abandoned residence have not only faded the reputation and integrity of the healthcare facility but have also posed a severe threat to the safety and well-being of the surrounding community. The frustration and fear among local residents are increasing, as they want urgent intervention to stop the illegal operations and hold those responsible accountable.

(Input from various sources)

(Rehash/ Susmita Bhandary/MSM)

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