Guwahati Police re-arrested model Rajkanya Baruah from a private hospital in Guwahati on Wednesday.

Model Rajakanya Baruah was arrested this time by Dispur Police from GNRC Hospital, located at Supermarket.

She was arrested after a six-member team of doctors from Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) did not find any serious illness for which Baruah had to be admitted to a Semi-ICU of GNRC.

The medical report mentioned that Rajkanya Baruah is not suffering from any illness.

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A team of Dispur police reached GNRC with a report of a six-member board of doctors.

There is a possibility of an inquiry against the GNRC authorities as well as there are severe allegations of getting people admitted to the ICU of GNRC Hospital without any illness.

On October 1 night, model Rajkanya Baruah hit 9 PWD workers with her vehicle at Rukmini Gaon area in Guwahati.

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One of the seriously injured workers has reportedly lost two of his legs.

She was arrested by Dispur Police but she got bail within a day due to which the Assam Police was strongly criticized on social media.

After being criticised Assam Police put two police officers, sub-inspector Sahir Ali and woman sub-inspector Abharani Gogoi, on close reserve for helping Rajkanya Baruah get bail even after she caused a major road accident violating traffic rules.

The Assam chief minister has directed to conduct an inquiry against the two police officers.

Rajkanya Baruah was in a drunken state as she hit the 9 PWD labourers with her car at Rukminigaon in Guwahati on Saturday. She was granted bail on Sunday.

The police booked her under sections 279, 294, 388 and 353 of the Indian Penal Code Act which are all bailable sections.

She was not booked for speed drive, indecent behaviour in public places, rash driving and drunk driving.

But section 353 of the Indian Penal Code Act was non-bailable.

Section 353 is applicable to prevent police officers or government officials from performing their duty.

Kalpajyoti Saikia

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