A case has been registered by the Dibrugarh Police against an AMCH doctor for allegedly taking money from aspirants by making promises of securing jobs in the NF Railways.

Dr Ajanta Hazarika, of the Assam Medical College Hospital (AMCH) has been accused of taking money from candidates by making promises of securing jobs for them in the Northeast Frontier Railways.

In a telephonic conversation that went viral in the social media, Dr Hazarika allegedly was heard asking money in lieu of jobs in NF Railways.

It has also been alleged that she has already taken a sum of Rs 22 lakh from three persons by making promises of securing jobs in NF Railways.

She alleged took money from one Amol Nath and two others.

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Dr Hazarika allegedly used her driver for collection of money from the candidates.

“Dr Ajanta Hazarika’s driver resides near where we stay. One day he told us that he can help us get jobs in the Railways. He connected me to Dr Ajanta Hazarika and she told that she have links with a minister and can get us a job in the Railways,” said one of the candidates from whom Dr Hazarika took money.

He further went on to say, “She took Rs 22 lakh in total from us and promised up of giving jobs. Later, when we asked her to return our money, she threatened us with dire consequences and told that she said that she was close to one Assam minister.”

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Meanwhile, police in Dibrugarh have registered a case against Dr Ajanta Hazarika based on a complaint filed by 3 of the victims.

Meanwhile, Superintendent of Dibrugarh Police, Preteek Kumar Thube said, “On Sunday evening three of the candidates from whom Dr Ajanta Hazarika allegedly took money have filed an FIR. We have registered a case and have started an investigation.”

Avik Chakraborty

Avik Chakraborty is Northeast Now Correspondent in Dibrugarh. He can be reached at: babs8oct@gmail.com